Leadership
Jason Parad, Founder & Director
Andy Nguyen, Advisor

​Jason is a summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Yale University where he received a BS with distinction in the biology and psychology majors. He is the recipient of the William R. Belknap Prize, the Fellows’ Prize, the Yale College Writing Prize, the Yale Student Marshal Award, and the Yale Science & Engineering Association Senior High-Scholarship Award. Jason has conducted public health fieldwork in Malaysia, Mexico, and South Korea with fellowships from the Charles H. Siegel and Paul K. & Evalyn Cook Richter Memorial Funds as well with grants from the Korea Foundation, James Joo-Jin Kim Program in Korean Studies, and Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology. His published research on psychological biases in public health efforts and clinical treatment plans has been presented at the 30th International Congress of Psychology and has been honored with the Allyn & Bacon Research Award. Jason speaks Spanish and Korean, for which he has also received a Critical Language Scholarship and Alumni Development Grant from the U.S. Department of State, a Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship from the U.S. Department of Education, and a Blakemore Freman Fellowship for Advanced Asian Language Study. Jason is currently pursuing master's degrees in public health and bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania, where he has received the Center for Public Health Initiatives Scholarship, the MPH Scholarship Award, and the Vivian Drenckhahn Scholarship Award.

Andy graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University with departmental honors in chemistry. He has served as a community organizer, patient advocate, and education programmer on issues ranging from safe sex promotion to women's health screenings. While his volunteer work has primarily focused on the underprivileged in California, Andy has also spearheaded medical initiatives in Nicaragua and Spain. Furthermore, Andy has been actively involved in health policy reform at the local and national levels, serving as the former chair of the Youth Advisory Commission in Okland and the Stanford in Government Fellow in San Francisco. An emerging scientist in the field of biochemistry, Andy has conducted research in the Straight Lab at Stanford and at the National Institutes of Health. Andy continues his education in medicine at Harvard Medical School and in public policy at Harvard Kennedy School.

Global Officers

Virendra Singh Bhati, Hai Narayan Vyas University, India

Mishek Muzungu, Herentals College, Zimbabwe

Alfred Fredo-kis Chirwa, The Catholic University, Malawi

Kelphala Fadika, Ferguson Memorial Seconary School, Sierra Leone

Kenny Kaburu, Buruburu Insititute of Fine Arts, Kenya

Grace Abaho, Uganda Christian University, Uganda

JR de Vera, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines

Chananan Pookwanmuang, Naresuan University, Thailand

Sang-Ik Han, Seoul National University, Korea

Shawn Zheng, North China University of Technology, China

Bertlin Ng, Tunku Abdul Rahman University, Malaysia

Luis Delgado, Escuela Bancaria y Comercial, Mexico

Chu Tùng, Institute of Journalism and Propaganda, Vietnam

Juno Kim, Tokyo University, Japan

Melvin Wah, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Deni Nur Muhammad Aziz, SMK PGRI 31 Jakarta, Indonesia

Bo Sakalkitya, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia

 

Operation Managers

James Yeong Jun Park, The King's Christian School, USA

Edward Gu, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Zhaoxuan Sun, Columbia University, USA

Vanessa Baratta, Brown University, USA

Taisuk Kim, Cornell University, USA

Peter Micu, University of the Sciences, USA

Derrick Li Hua, One Academy of Communication Design, Malaysia