Dr. Farah has continued her passion for service and leadership throughout her career and whichever community she was a part of. While in medical school, she served as the president of the Student National Medical Association for two years, where she worked to raise awareness towards underserved students. During her two year tenure as the president, she started a high school and college mentorship program, an annual health fair for the community, an annual multicultural banquet to promote diversity, which is now one of the largest fundraising events in Lubbock, Texas. She also founded a scholarship program and an endowment at the Texas Tech School of Medicine for underserved medical students.
Dr. Farah has a diverse educational background and always strives for excellence. She obtained a degree in Biochemistry from the University of Texas at Austin. She studied Medicine at the Texas Tech School of medicine in Lubbock, Texas graduating in 2011 and did her Internal medicine training at Baylor Scott & White in Temple, Texas from 2011 to 2014. From there, she went on to the University of Oklahoma where she did her Fellowship in Cardiovascular disease from 2014-2017. She was trained by some of the pioneers in the field of Cardiology at the University of Oklahoma.