Alma Hernandez coordinates our building electrification community outreach project.
Jasmine Campos supports our Nuclear Weapons Abolition Committee including tracking our anti-nuclear policy work, and she helps with social media, and events.
Daisy Valdivieso continues to support the Environmental Health Committee and to diligently track our CA environmental policy work.
Alma Hernandez: I graduated from Berkeley in 2020 and now I am working as a Clinical Research Coordinator for the Medical Culture Labs at UCSF’s IHPS, working on dementia related projects and other Social Science studies. I grew up in Santa Ana, CA, in Orange County. I have always been interested in medicine but during college I discovered many different interests including public health, social science, and environmental studies. I also liked volunteering in the community and was able to learn about research by being involved in the Madsen group and doing a research project on Redwood Trees. I hope to go into medicine, public health, or obtain an MD-PhD. I hope to explore some of my interests such as environmental health and other related fields through this internship opportunity with SF Bay PSR.
Jasmine Campos: I was born and raised in Southern California. I am a rising fourth-year at UC Berkeley studying Public Health and Integrative Biology with an emphasis on Human Biology. I am pursuing a career as a pediatrician because of my passion for helping others and love for working with children. My commitment to helping others is demonstrated through my work as a Chemistry tutor at the Student Learning Center, working as a Health Advocate at San Francisco General Hospital, and volunteering as a swab coach for COVID-19 testing with University Health Services. In addition to being a pediatrician, I plan on working with community organizations to advocate for underrepresented communities, especially those affected by environmental racism like my hometown. I am interested in working with PSR because of their commitment to social justice and the environment. As an aspiring physician, it’s important to be knowledgeable about these issues since they have a large impact on health. I appreciate how the organization really centers communities affected and gives them the support to advocate for themselves.