Rabeea grew up in Georgia and attended Emory University. She graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration with highest distinction from the Goizueta Business School. In the business school, her concentration was in organization & management and marketing and she simultaneously completed a double major in biology with a cumulative GPA of 3.90/4.00. She was inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma (business honor society) and was on the Dean’s list throughout her time at Emory, and received merit-based scholarships for academic achievement, leadership, and volunteerism. She attended medical school at Yale School of Medicine. During her time at Yale, she did one year of clinical research, wrote a thesis, participated in international global health electives (Yale does not assign grades!). She matched into her top choice at Massachusetts General Hospital’s anesthesiology program and started training in 2015.
Rabeea has tutored students of diverse backgrounds throughout high school, college and medical school. She worked at Kumon in high school and was a teaching assistant for biology, human physiology, marketing and management classes at Emory. At Yale, she was a clinical skills instructor for the pre-clinical clerkship. As a resident at MGH, she has worked with medical schools in the operating room, and completed the Partner’s GME Center of Expertise in Medical Education Essentials of Clinical Teaching Skills Course in February 2018.
In her free time, Rabeea enjoys international travel, hiking, boxing, yoga, event planning, knitting, scrapbooking and journaling.