Halsey DiSario is a third-year Political Science and Spanish double major. She has been tutoring 2-8th graders with, and working as the Recruitment and Retention Director of Amigos de UCLA since her freshman year. With Amigos she has been working to encourage volunteer participation at UCLA and throughout the community. She hopes to pursue a career in non-profit management.
Sinthuja Nagalingam is a third year Business/ Economics and Political Science double major. She has been volunteering in Project Literacy as a tutor for children and adults since her first year at UCLA. Sinthuja is currently a Director for Project Literacy and a Justice for the Undergraduate Student Association Judicial Board.
DanVy Nguyen is a second year undergraduate majoring in Physiological Science. She is the Program Director of Asian Pacific Health Corp at UCLA, an organization dedicated to spreading health awareness and providing valuable resources to the underserved Asian Pacific Islander communities in the greater Los Angeles area.
Bryan Pezeshki is a third year undergraduate majoring in Neuroscience. Since his first quarter at UCLA, he has been involved with the Student Welfare Commission, and now directs its Blood Drive Committee. Bryan also heads the student organization Swipes for the Homeless, which began collaborations with the UCLA Food Closet to promote the idea of “students helping students.” Outside of school, Bryan enjoys practicing the art of Hapkido, in which he holds the title of second degree black belt.
Rodney Tripplett is a fourth year Psychobiology major who is originally from Compton, CA. He is currently a director of the Black Hypertension Project at UCLA and also serves as Treasurer of the Community Programs Office Student Association. Rodney plans to pursue a career in public health and medicine.
Jamie Yao is a third year undergraduate student whose major is Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics. As Community Service Commissioner, Jamie works to support 20 service projects within the commission and to represent UCLA service organizations as a member of the Undergraduate Students Association Council. Previously, she has worked on programming initiatives for the Community Service Commission (CSC) to promote service on the UCLA campus. Jamie continues in an advisory support and training role with Read to Succeed!, a program that provides reading tutoring for youth in Milpitas and Fremont.