I started working with the group that would become UsagiMed at Anime Weekend Atlanta 2013. At the time, I had just started medical school and was looking for like-minded people in the area. I saw AWA had a medical department so I jumped on the chance to get some experience and get a behind-the-scenes look at conventions. The crew was gracious enough to accept me as one of them. They have certainly seen me grow over the years from someone who was too reserved to practicing triangle bandages to becoming more confident in my decision making.
I got into anime sometime around the middle of high school when a girl in my class was retelling Rurouni Kenshin. I was completely entranced by the story. Having only watched Indian movies up to that point, it was great to see something without a forced love story. And then I awakened my powers of time dilation and immediately consumed more anime than should have been possible.
My favorite part of UsagiMed has to be eating food together in the mornings, and after the Saturday night dance when everyone is too tired.