Diana Huang is honored to chair the fast-growing ACMQ Student/Resident Section. She is a MD/MA Urban Bioethics candidate at Temple University School of Medicine and has been involved in ACMQ since her 1st year of medical school. She attended her first Medical Quality conference as a Quality Scholar in 2012, and received the High Impact Scholar award for her work organizing the ACMQ Student/Resident Mid-Year Conference with Jefferson College of Population Health. Her interest in quality arises out of a desire to help improve the healthcare system for all patients, regardless of their background or financial situation. She believes that improving healthcare quality requires an understanding of the social determinants of health and engagement in our communities, and has participated in research on hospital readmissions at her institution. Throughout medical school, she has held leadership roles in the American Medical Association, American Medical Student Association, and American Academy of Family Physicians. She is currently applying for residency in family medicine, and is excited to continue to get to know patients and engage in health policy and quality improvement work there. You can find her on Twitter at @Diana_Huang_11.