SENDforC — UC Berkeley Chapter
Sally Jeon, SENDforC Educational Coordinator at UC Berkeley
“I love science, and it pains me to think that so many are terrified of the subject or feel that choosing science means you cannot also choose compassion, or the arts, or be awed by nature. Science is not meant to cure us of mystery, but to reinvent and reinvigorate it.” ― Robert M. Sapolsky
As an Educational Coordinator my role is to support the team to ensure success on a programmatic level. I am here to assist, critique and advise on research and education curriculum tailored to each site while maintaining the integrity of SENDforC's core principles and QDII.
Hometown: Green Bay, Wisconsin (Go Packers!)
Major: Molecular and Cell Biology with a focus on Neurobiology
Career Goals: Joining the medical field as a physician-leader in patient-centered care, biomedical education and community-based public health research.
Affiliations: UCSF Emergency Medicine Department Education Unit
Awards: First-place Prytanean Women's Honor Society EmpowerMe Night (2016), UC Berkeley Women's Leadership Intensive participant (2016), Head Facilitator for "Stem Cells: Science & Society" Decal (2014), BUILD Literacy Director (2014), Co-founder of Premed@Berkeley (2013)
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Mansi Shah, SENDforC Educational Coordinator at UC Berkeley
As educational coordinator, I help chapters develop and critique their tracks, programs, and curricula.
Major/Career Goals: I'm a second year undergraduate at UC Berkeley majoring in either statistics or computer science and minoring in education. I'm super interested in educational technology, and hope to one day either work in industry or do research for the field.
Affiliations: UC Berkeley Embodied Design Research Lab: http://edrl.berkeley.edu/
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