Alina Haque is a recent alum from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business where she graduated with a degree in business administration. Her past experience includes an internship at the US Department of State’s Crisis Management Center, and she has a strong interest in healthcare demonstrated through her marketing internship at the Alzheimer’s Association, Michigan Great Lakes Chapter and her co-authored publication on healthcare accessibility in urban Pakistan. Currently, she is part of DICE Foundation, a non-profit platform that encourages innovation and entrepreneurship.
Alina believes that in this trying time, working together is the only way forward. This is an unprecedented time in our world, and she is hopeful by the small gestures and large actions people are taking to help each other. Through SAC, she hopes people are encouraged to find small ways to help each other, their communities, and our frontline providers.
Alina’s hope within SAC is to create a large community of voices who empower each other and empower those who do not have voices. She is especially passionate about supporting healthcare workers, as she is leading and facilitating a PPE collection team for her local healthcare facilities and collecting thank you cards for our healthcare providers.