Tahlia is a student of the University of the West Indies (Mona) and was supposed to become a Medical Doctor in June 2019 but due to financial constraints, she was unable to complete studies on time.
Her mother’s savings were enough to take her through to 4th year but, as but it is difficult finding $28,000 USD per year. Tahlia’s mother retired and her retirement lump sum payment was completely finished the day after she got it.
In order to take some burden off her mother, Tahlia started her own business in 2017. Working while going to Medical school was extremely difficult but she did it nonetheless. In her 4th year, she took two loans to help complete payments. She was paying $95,000 each month in loans and successfully paid off one but the other is still outstanding. That has resulted in her not being able to pay tuition.
Tahlia has a beautiful and brilliant daughter who inspired her to go back to school to become a doctor. She wants nothing more than to begin working so that she can provide for her daughter and also to be a role model to her.
Tahlia’s exit exams are scheduled to begin on June 22,2020. She has been trying for months to get her balance at the University cleared and unfortunately, this fell through. She would be extremely grateful for any assistance given to her so that she can realize her childhood goal and also help her family.
Gofundme Page: Future Doctor Financial Rescue