Project Managers

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English Language Class Project Manager

Jasmine graduated from UCSD in 2018, and she plans on applying to medical school in a year or two! For now, she loves overworking  herself in her lab studying learning and memory. In her free time, you will often find her baking sweets late at night, reading books, playing with her dogs or watching dramas. Jasmine enjoys being in ELC, because she loves being around and having fun with the children in clinic. One of her favorite memories was laying on the ground with one of the children, while the little girl finished coloring and started bonding with her! Despite not speaking the same language, Jasmine loves how we were still able to connect through our arts and crafts. 


English Language Class Project Manager

Joshua graduated in 2019 and is currently enjoying his gap year applying to Master of Education programs! He wants to eventually become an elementary school teacher and teach kids the importance of self-acceptance and a passion for learning. In his free time, Joshua likes to rock climb, play video games, and most importantly, weave time and reality into existence through the humble pastime of Dungeons and Dragons! He loves being Project Manager for ELC, especially because of the unforgettable interactions, the energy the team brings, and the creative activities the team gets to complete together. Joshua can't wait to welcome more members and create some more fun memories!


Electronic Health Records Project Manager

Natalie Quach is a third year Applied Math major and Data Science minor. Natalie aspires to go to grad school in the future. She'll keep us posted on her grad plans! This is her second year and going with EHR. She chose to get involved with EHR, because she wanted to use her experience to help support the organization of data in IHC and help discover meaningful insights from the data collected at clinics. She also enjoys the interactions with her team and with the communities we serve. Natalie welcomes new members to her team and is always open to ideas!


Sex Education Project Manager

Madi graduated from UCSD in March of 2021 with a degree in Biochemistry and Cell Biology and minored in Psychology. Her goal is to obtain a Master of Science in Genetic Counseling. It’s important to Madi that her team provides culturally sensitive and digestible information when addressing sexual health. This topic can be very personal and sensitive, so she really enjoys playing a part in empowering individual's choices about their bodies. Currently, her team is composing a needs assessment to survey communities in Tijuana to create new workshops and resources.

Medication Education Project Manager

Sara is currently a third year Molecular and Cell Biology major. She works as a lab assistant at La Jolla Institute for Immunology and Disease, and she has hopes of becoming a Clinical Laboratory Scientist. Sara has been involved with this project for over three years! She chose to get involved with this project, because she feel it's incredibly important to accurately educate underserved communities on basic medications to ensure proper usage.

Nutrition and Fitness Project Manager

Sadaf graduated from UC San Diego in 2020 with a degree in Human Biology and is currently in her gap year. She is interested in becoming a Physician! Currently in the Nutrition and Fitness project, her team is working on making various informative flyers as well as a cookbook filled with balanced and healthy recipes to distribute to the communities we serve. Sadaf loves IHC and this project, because she feels like team members learn the importance of holistic care as students/individuals interested in pursuing careers in healthcare.

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Suicide Prevention Project Manager

Clara is a fourth year student majoring in Human Biology and minoring in Global Health. She is a pre-med student and hopes to eventually go into psychiatry or pediatrics after finishing medical school. In her free time, Clara is an avid dancer. She is honored to be one of the Suicide Prevention project leaders because of her interest in promoting community mental health and in normalizing mental health care. Clara looks forward to expanding this project and making an impact in San Diego.

Suicide Prevention Project Manager

Grace is a 3rd year Marshall College student on the pre-med track majoring in General Biology. Currently, she is also a research assistant at the Raffatellu Lab. The Suicide Prevention Project has allowed her to give back to the San Diego community via mental health resources, suicide awareness programs, and QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) sessions educating students about the warning signs of a suicide crisis. Grace chose to get involved with the Suicide Prevention Project, because she want to raise suicide awareness and educate others on how to recognize suicidal behavior and maintain good mental health.

Pharmacy Quality Improvement
Project Manager

Victoria is a recent graduate from the BS/MS program at UCSD, specialized in human reproduction. She enjoys cooking and playing with her two bunnies. As the pharmacy director, Victoria maintains the pharmacy in IHC's monthly clinics in Tijuana, organizes pharmacy inventory, and oversees the Medical Education project. Born and raised in China, Victoria identifies with IHC's mission to alleviate health disparities in a way that is culturally sensitive and sustainable. Along with other members, she strives to serve neighboring communities in any way possible during and after the pandemic.

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Orphanage Project Manager

Mohnish is a currently 2nd year at UCSD majoring in human biology and minoring in global health. He plans on applying tom medical school and eventually hopes to become a physician focusing in either pediatrics or family medicine. Mohnish got involved with the Orphanage Project because he wanted to educate the children of the orphanage and give them the opportunity to improve themselves. Mohnish personally enjoys teaching because he finds it a great way to interact and build close connections with others. Currently, in the project, his plan is to work on giving the children various interactive and engaging educational workshops in various topics.

Virtual Clinic Project Manager

Jay is a 3rd year UCSD student majoring in Neurobiology. He loves attending clinic and shadowing the physicians and other health providers that helps IHC during clinics in Mexico. As a project manager, Jay wants to create an interactive environment in the project to promote engagement for its members. He wants to encourage members to join the Virtual Clinic Project because he wants to share the behind-the-scenes responsibilities that goes in planning and implementing IHC's student run virtual clinics every month.