Ms. Limtrakul graduated from Cornell University in 2014 with a B.S. in Human Biology, Health, and Society and minors in Global Health and in Inequality Studies. As an undergraduate student, Narinta participated in a field experience with Mahidol Vivax Research Center in Thailand, where she worked with community health workers and researchers in malaria clinics in Northern Thai villages, assisting with diagnosing, treating, and tracking malaria. Additionally, she has gained experience through an internship with Harris County Area Agency on Aging as well as through hospital and clinic volunteer positions. These opportunities have led her to enroll in the Rice University Professional Master’s Program in Bioscience and Health Policy. Narinta aims to improve her understanding of health disparities, barriers to accessing health care, and health care reform in preparation for a career in health policy and medical practice. Narinta secured an internship with a research team at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Women's Health at UTMB, Galveston, TX. After graduation, Narinta decided to continue her education and is now at Texas Tech Medical School.