Natalia Ramos Bellido is originally from Mexico City. She is studying Art History in the College and is on the pre-med track. Although these academic interests may seem an unusual pairing, Natalia is clear on the lens through which she chose to pursue both. Her concentration in Art History is queer art, which is based on understanding and being able to connect historically to periods of art and expression. As for pre-med, she has always wanted to become a gynecologist to promote safe and comfortable service to all in and out of the LGBT spectrum. Both require empathy to foster a sense of security.
Here extracurricular interests include music, specifically electric bass, growing plants, and sand volleyball. She is on the board for both Mex@Penn and Penn Immigrant Rights (PIR). She is also in the Community Outreach and Engagement (COE) branch of the International Affairs Association (IAA).