Brian is currently a junior majoring in Biology, who comes from Southern California (SoCal woot woot). More specifically, he has grown up in the funny-sounding town of Rancho Cucamonga that probably no one has heard of. Having observed health disparities at the domestic and international levels, he has developed a keen interest in health care with a particular focus in marginalized communities. Moreover, while at Stanford, he tries to understand the various upstream factors that drive these stark differences in health outcomes by complementing his education with public service through Pacific Free Clinic, the Opportunity Center, Habla, Students Taking on Poverty, and Health Education for Lifetime Partnership (HELP). Last year, he had the awesome opportunity of participating in the immigration ASB trip, which has inspired him to co-lead one this year with Wendy that focuses on migrant health. In his free time, he enjoys being physically active, whether it’s through racing his co-leader at running, or swimming a few laps at Avery. He cannot wait to spend time with all of you through learning, serving, and bonding from this amazing ASB experience!