SHA Officer Bios 2018-2019

Alyssa Dawson, President

Major:
Public Health
Minor: African American Studies
Year: Senior

My favorite SHA memory:

Participating in committees! I have loved being a part of planning events, getting know to different folks, and watching all of our hardwork come together. 





Cortni Bardier, President

Major: Global Health
Minor: Communication
Year: Senior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
Collaborating with other passionate students who want to promote health and provide resources for UCSD students.






Hector Godinez,
Alcohol & Other Drugs
Lead Coordinator

Major: Human Biology &
Global Health
Year: Senior

Why I joined SHA:
SHA allows me to bring education and resources to my peers at UCSD. The knowledge learned allows the community to make knowledgeable health informed decisions and have healthful experiences.


Sally Baek,
Alcohol & Other Drugs
Lead Coordinator

Major: Biochemistry & Cell Biology
Year: Junior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
Learning something new every day and being able to share that knowledge about health and
well-being to other students on campus! 



Victoria Mac,
Alcohol & Other Drugs
Lead Coordinator

Major: Public Health
Minor: Cognitive Science
Year: Senior

Why I joined SHA:
I joined the SHA program to have the ability to make a positive impact on the health and well-being of other students.





Ankeeta Sasseetharran,
General Health Lead Coordinator

Major:Biochemistry & Cell Biology
Minor: Psychology
Year: Junior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
Being a part of an amazing and supportive community of people who are all passionate about promoting health education on campus.





Serina Leung,
General Health Lead Coordinator

Major: Physiology & Neuroscience
Minor: Psychology
Year: Senior

My favorite part about being an SHA:

I am able to work with like-minded peers that are passionate about promoting health throughout campus.





Grace Tran,
Sexual Health Lead Coordinator

Major: Public Health
Minor: Education Studies & Psychology
Year: Senior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
Being a part of a community of individuals who are genuinely interested in and passionate about health and peer education. 



Joseph Hodeib,
Sexual Health Lead Coordinator

Major: Human Biology
Minor: Human Development
Year: Senior

My favorite SHA memory:
Being able to work on committees for campus events. It’s rewarding to work on a project with a passionate group of SHAs, and then see it come to life!





Neha Chhugani, Lead Liaison

Major: Bioengineering
Year: Senior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
Seeing my peers take an interest in health education at campus-wide events like Bear Garden. I love when students say the learned something new through our tabling activities!



 

Catherine Cortez, Liaison

Major: Public Health
Minor: Public Service
Year: Junior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
The excitement I feel when my peers say they learned something new from our tabling events and workshops.

 




Isabelle Velloze, Liaison

Major: General Biology
Minor: Psychology
Year: Junior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
I love being able to educate my peers on important health topics while also being surrounded by some of the most amazing and passionate individuals.






Nawal Helo, Liaison

Major: Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience
Year: Junior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
Being part of a passionate family that genuinely cares for the well-being of their peers. SHA has helped me realize the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, sharing that knowledge with my peers, and continuing to learn alongside them.

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