Canadian Medical Association

Ms. Navjit Kaur Moore is a second-year medical student at the University of British Columbia and a recent pharmacy graduate. She is a current CMA Ambassador looking to bring awareness to stigmatized health topics. She cofounded the South Asian Women's Health Talk, an initiative focused on education, advocacy and normalizing conversations integral to South Asian women's health. She is also the current president of the Crohn's and Colitis Canada Fraser Valley East Chapter and has supported patients with inflammatory bowel disease since 2015. She has over a decade of volunteer experience, including serving as a Burnaby Hospital team lead, Heart and Stroke Foundation ambassador and seniors companion volunteer. 

Ms. Moore obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in 2017 and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2021. She also completed a science co-op program and a certificate in infant development and supported child development. She trained as a Canada Border Services Agency student officer, where she obtained high-level security clearance and handled classified documents accordingly. She is also recognized for her outstanding academic and extracurricular achievements. She is a recipient of an Emerging Leader Award from Canada’s Volunteer Awards BC/Yukon, she has been featured in Reader's Digest Canada and she is a recipient of the Professor Jessie Gordon MacCarthy Memorial Scholarship at UBC.

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