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UCLA Student Health Education and Promotion (SHEP)
Lyndsey Garrett

4th Year

Sociology Major and Gender Studies Minor

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

I am incredibly passionate about the health of the collective student body at UCLA, particularly sexual and reproductive health. While sexual health is a primary interest of mine, I also believe that the SHEP internship can expose me to a more holistic view of 'health.' be honored to be involved with.

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

The greatest value I’ve gotten from the PHEI experience is working with my peers and other passionate student organizations on campus. I feel so inspired every day watching the work and passion of the people around me that fuels me to do the same!

Specialization Area:

Sexual Health

Fun Fact:

I am a huge bookworm -- Kurt Vonnegut is my favorite