Tayba Aziz is a first-generation college student majoring in Biology, minoring in Anthropology and Chemistry at the City College of New York. She is actively involved in extracurriculars on and off-campus. On-campus she has served in various positions in
CCNY Circle K, a collegiate organization affiliated with Kiwanis. Her roles included club Treasurer, President, and Club Building and Strengthening Chair where she led a committee to train club officers of over 40 schools. She also is involved in biology honors research where she studies vocal learning in zebra finches.
Off-campus, she has completed over 363 hours of community service, held over 46 service events, and helped fundraise over $12,000 to provide clean water to a village in Eswatini. Her most impactful service experience was with Einstein Community Health Outreach, a free health clinic in the Bronx. Her work with ECHO inspired her to pursue a career in medicine and to work in underserved communities as a primary care physician.