I’m currently a medical student at Georgetown University.
I was born and raised in Long Beach, California. My parents are Cambodian refugees that survived the Khmer Rouge genocide in the 1970s. While they came to the United States with very little, their journey is rich in triumph and perseverance. This inspires me to serve and give back to them and other refugees in the future. According to current publications in health, many are in poor health and misunderstood due to language and cultural barriers, lack of health literacy, and are in need of advocates as they age.
I am loyal to the Lakers, Dodgers, Rams, Long Beach Poly Jackrabbits, and California Golden Bears. I grew up in Southern California, but experienced a lot of personal growth in San Francisco and Washington DC. In my free time I love exercising, cooking, and sharing life with friends. Finally, I love durian, but everyone knows that already.