Inspiring Tomorrow’s American Indian Health Providers
Our Mission: "Building healthier communities by bringing medical knowledge and opportunity to underserved American Indian children and young adults."

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Dr. Liberman grew up in Southern California. She received her undergraduate degree in history at Yale University, medical school at Dartmouth and Brown, and then completed her residency training in pediatrics and her fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at Children's National Medical Center in Washington DC. Her involvement with Asniya began in 2003 when, as a medical student at Brown, she spent a month in Waubay, South Dakota teaching health to middle and high school students at Tiospa Zina Tribal School. She remained in close contact with the program organizers, was in the first group of summer camp interns in 2006, and became an official Asniya Board Member in 2007. In addition to her clinical work as a pediatric emergency medicine physician, she is interested and involved in local and national politics, particularly as it relates to issues of child health, health care policy, and general public health. She received her master’s degree in public health with an emphasis in health policy at the University of Southern California. She is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Southern California and an Attending Physician in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.