Rangi De Silva is Melbourne-based doctor who is currently training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Victoria. A self-confessed science and comic book-nerd, she started her university studies with a degree in Science and then finally decided she liked people even more so she went on to study graduate Medicine. Being passionate about global health, she’s worked in Uganda, Sri Lanka and remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory and is looking forward to a volunteer placement in the Asia Pacific next year before she becomes an even bigger nerd and starts her PhD. Until recently she was also Director of Programs at Global Ideas, a Melbourne based global health education and leadership organisation and is also a member of the World Economic Forum Melbourne Global Shaper Hub. In her spare time, she’s a big fan of animated movies, assorted crafts, travel and can often be seen with a camera in hand.