Lindsey Kanno

About Lindsey Kanno

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  • Applicant’s Name as It Appears in Passport (Last, First Middle): Kanno, Lindsey Maurine Aiko
  • Age: 28
  • Sex: F
  • Address: 14030 Biscayne Blvd Apt 711
  • City North Miami Beach
  • State FL
  • Zip Code 33181
  • Email Address:
  • Hometown Cranston, RI
  • Part B: Interest Level VERY INTERESTED
  • How did you hear about the scholarship?
    I heard about this scholarship through the Medical Missions club at Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine.
  • Describe your work or volunteer (if any, and it’s ok to not have any) experience that has focused on serving underrepresented or underserved communities in the United States or abroad.
    I have not done any volunteer work abroad. However, I have volunteered through various organizations since I was in elementary school. I have served food at local soup kitchens, organized clothing and school supplies drives for a local orphanage in Rhode Island, and I donate blood regularly. Prior to attending Barry University, I was volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House in Providence, RI and I had been volunteering there for almost two years. I volunteered at the American Diabetes walk this past fall along with providing free foot examines to children at the Joe DiMaggio event in Davie, FL.
  • What are the primary goals that you hope to achieve for your chosen medical mission project?
    I hope to provide proper foot examinations, learn new skills, and improve upon my communication and care-giving skills. I am also looking to learn some Spanish in the process.
  • What are your reasons for wanting to volunteer on a medical mission project?
    I think this is a wonderful opportunity to learn about another culture and their approach to medicine and daily life as well as reevaluating the privileges and resources I am afforded by living in the USA. I also think medical missions serve as an important opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to medicine and providing the best possible care we can to those who do not have easy access to care.
  • Explain how your professional education, work experiences, volunteer experiences, and personal skills will benefit you and those you will serve on the medical mission project.
    I am always looking to improve any skills and I look forward to any learning opportunities. Communication will be very important on this medical mission and also, cultural competency and respect. I look forward to applying the knowledge I've gained from my education thus far along with any prior work experiences to help improve my work ethic.
  • Explain how you will evaluate your project’s success, including performance of specific goals and other results you hope to achieve.
    If we can provide an evaluation, care, or treatment that will better any life, that will be the ultimate success. Providing answers to health concerns and the patient feels confident in understanding what is going on with their body are other project successes. I also hope that by volunteering on this medical mission that this mission will help reaffirm my commitment to providing the best possible care I can while maintaining the passion I have for podiatry.
  • Name of Medical School:  
    Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine
  • Address of Medical School:  
    Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine 320 NW 115th Street Miami Shores, FL 33168
  • Name of Dean of Students: Bryan Caldwell, MD, DPM
  • 1. Name: Sophie Claire Kanno
  • City, State, Zip Code  
    Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
  • Telephone Number: 401 954 9654
  • 2. Name: Leah Glod
  • City, State, Zip Code  
    Cumberland, RI 02864
  • Telephone Number: 401 744 9031
  • 3. Name: Michael Antoine, PA
  • City, State, Zip Code  
    Cranston, RI 02910
  • Telephone Number: 401 527 8894


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    Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine


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