SHA Officer Bios 2017 - 2018

Stacey Lin, President

Major:
Biochemistry & Cell Biology, Psychology
Year: Senior

My favorite part about being an SHA:

Working with a group of passionate individuals and spreading health messages to our peers! SHA is more than just an organization, it's a family!





Priya Sheth, President

Major: Public Health
Year: Senior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
I love interacting with the community and discovering how much I enjoy health education. Being an SHA for 3 years has helped me grow in confidence and helped me improve my public speaking skills.






Billy Fletes,
Alcohol & Other Drugs
Lead Coordinator

Major: Biochemistry & Cell Biology
Minor: Healthcare & Social Issues
Year: Senior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
Knowing that the information I provide to my peers has the power to impact their lives and make them more knowledgeable about sustainable health habits.




Cortni Bardier,
Alcohol & Other Drugs
Lead Coordinator

Major: Global Health
Year: Junior

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






Wilson Tan,
Alcohol & Other Drugs
Lead Coordinator

Major: Physiology & Neuroscience, Psychology
Minor: Global Health
Year: Senior

My favorite SHA memory:
Being a TA for the SHA Training Class and working with staff to help incoming SHAs feel welcome.





Cynthia Avalos,
General Health Lead Coordinator

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

My favorite part about being an SHA:
Not only can I help educate my fellow peers on campus on various health issues, but I also get to continuously learn from those I interact with.





Jody Tai,
General Health Lead Coordinator

Major: Biochemistry & Cell Biology
Minor: Cognitive Science
Year: Senior

My favorite SHA memory:

Being able to share Fitstop shifts with fellow SHAs who are dedicated and passionate about providing health education on campus.




Kirsten Wong,
General Health Lead Coordinator

Major: Bioengineering
Year: Junior

Why I joined the SHA Program:
Being an SHA allows me to recognize health issues that students including myself face on a regular basis and then take action towards educating and working towards fixing those issues.




Alyssa Dawson,
Sexual Health Lead Coordinator

Major: Public Health
Major: African American Studies
Year: Junior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
Being a part of a community where I can learn and grow alongside my peers.





Joelle Victoriano,
Sexual Health Lead Coordinator

Major: Human Biology
Minor: Cognitive Science
Year:Junior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
Being surrounded by some of the most genuine, passionate, and empathetic people.







Chris Ferreria, Liaison

Major: Physiology & Neuroscience
Minor: Global Health
Year: Senior

My favorite part about being an SHA:
Being able to work with a highly passionate group of individuals that truly care for the well-being of everyone on campus.




 

Neha Chhugani, Liaison

Major: Bioengineering
Year: Junior

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!