The 2020 CAFP Foundation Family Medicine Resident of the Year award goes to Lulua Bahrainwala, MD, PGY3, Emanate Family Medicine Residency Program. Lulua is an inspiring leader in both her residency program and in the Academy. Over the last two years, she has been instrumental in the initiatives of CAFP’s Resident Council, a statewide group that works to promote and advocate for family medicine interests. As she completes her final year of residency, she continues to provide unparalleled inspiration and support to her peers. Her contributions range from scholarly activities to advocacy work and mentoring and teaching medical students during procedure workshops. Lulua is actively engaged in her residency program’s Primary Care Residency Program Collaborative project, learning about and now prescribing and managing medication assisted treatment (MAT) patients with substance/opioid use disorders. She has also been a recipient of an All Member Advocacy Meeting scholarship and a two-time poster presenter at the Family Medicine Clinical Forum. Beyond Lulua’s academic success, she is an engaged learner whose extraordinary compassion, intelligence, motivation and willingness to help others truly sets her apart. She is well-deserving of this award.