UCLA Biology major Nadia Ho’s prior community service includes volunteering at Foothill Presbyterian Hospital, serving on a medical mission trip to Mexico, teaching kids in the Children’s Ministry for the Vietnamese Christian Missionary Alliance Conference, tutoring at her high school, and volunteering in the Summer Reading Program at her local library. On campus, she is involved in Cru and Rotaract. She also volunteers at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. In pursuit of her goal to become a physician assistant, she plans on going on a medical mission trip to assist with underserved populations in rural Vietnam. In addition to becoming a physician assistant, Ho will pursue a career in the public health sector as well.
In her role in EPICenter, she works in multiple functions, including cyberterror research and acting as conference series lead.