Co-Founder of Revive to Survive

Radhini Abeysekera

Radhini is a first generation American born to naturalized Sri Lankan parents. She attended Clear Brook High School and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Houston Main Campus. At UH, she was the first graduating class of a rigorous accelerated medical program. She now attends McGovern Medical School in Houston and is focused on becoming a physician.

Radhini has witnessed many life events, and has used these experiences to become a positive influence to her peers. She has organized many volunteer activities. She was one of the lead organizers of several car washes to help victims of the earthquake in Haiti and Tsunami victims in Japan. She served as the Vice President and a founding member of Youth Sri Lankan American Association of Houston (YSLAAH) in 2011.

Radhini has witnessed many life events, and has used these experiences to become a positive influence to her peers. She has organized many volunteer activities. She was one of the lead organizers of several car washes to help victims of the earthquake in Haiti and Tsunami victims in Japan. She served as the Vice President and a founding member of Youth Sri Lankan American Association of Houston (YSLAAH) in 2011.

Apart from many volunteer projects, she has also devoted her musical and dance talents for many other activities. She has helped organize annual Christmas caroling events and participated and played the keyboards as well. She has performed many individual and group dance events for community functions and to represent Sri Lanka.

Radhini is dedicated to making a difference through her work here at Revive To Survive. She aims to help needy pediatric cancer patients and their families around the world and to raise awareness about the troubles faced by these patients in third world countries.