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UCLA Student Health Education and Promotion (SHEP)
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3rd Year

Psychology & Statistics Major, Specialization in Computing

Why did you become a Peer Health Educator Intern (PHEI)?

From taking my first health class in high school to a health psychology class this past year, my passion in the public health field only continues to grow... I believe that this position as a peer health educator is invaluable, allowing me to begin pursuing my goals in wanting to become a resource to others and share the knowledge I have gained these last few years.

What is the greatest value that you have gotten from the PHEI experience?

The greatest value that I have received from the PHEI experience is the fulfillment I feel after being able to create and implement programs around different fields of public health for our campus community. Not only have I learned to go out of my comfort zone, I am grateful to be in a position where I can give back and provide for my community!

Specialization Area:

Communication and Relationships

Fun Fact:

My older sister and I have the same name!