The Undergraduate Student Advisory Committee aka “Global Health Reps” are charged to advise the Global Health Program on issues related to undergraduate education, including but not limited to courses, curriculum, instruction, student involvement opportunities, research opportunities and student programs.
This school year, the Global Health Program is excited to welcome 3 new representatives to our Student Advisory Committee that will bring in new ideas, hard work and energy as they provide themselves as resources and connections to support our global health student population at UC San Diego! Feel free to reach out to them with questions about the program and come visit them at events such as Bagels and Office Hours!
Sara is a third year year Global Health major with a minor in Sociology-Science & Medicine.
What Global Health Issues are you passionate about? I am interested in women’s and sexual health, along with how the field of Sociology interacts with the wide spectrum of issues that are discussed within Global Health. I am also interested in the field of epidemiology.
Hobbies: I really enjoy traveling, watching stand-up comedy, cooking, and trying out different skincare and beauty products.
Random Fun Fact: I collect salt & pepper shakers.
Isabela is a second year Global Health major with a minor in History.
What Global Health Issues are you passionate about? I am interested in Maternal and Child Health, and Preventing Gender-Based Violence.
Hobbies: I have a passion for music and films. In my spare time, I like playing guitar and singing. Film-making and film analysis are important to me. I really enjoy making short films about the world around me. My favorite genres of film are comedy and science fiction.
Random Fun Fact: I lived in Germany for 3 years and I speak German.
Caitlin is a second year Global Health major with a minor in General Biology.
What Global Health Issues are you passionate about? I am interested in Non-communicable Diseases, Superbugs, Global Health Policy, and Health Equity.
Field Experience: I am currently fulfilling my field experience by volunteering at UCSD Health and volunteering at various locations in San Diego through the Asian Pacific Health Foundation.
Hobbies: Collecting stationery, trying out new foods, napping, and finding bargains.
We would like to again welcome the new global health representatives into their new roles! Feel free to stop by and say hi to our 2019-2020 representatives this school year and get all the help you need in your global health journey at UC San Diego!