Kevin H.

Education: University of California, San Francisco/UC Hastings College of Law Masters of Science, Health Policy and Law; University of Pennsylvania, College of Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Biology, Concentration in Neurobiology

Lives in Los Angeles, CA, USA

Kevin graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2015 with a degree in Biology. He also earned a master’s degree in health policy from the University of California, San Francisco in 2018. Excited about finding his niche at the intersection of policy and medicine, he is currently applying to medical school.

After graduating from Penn, Kevin spent a year and a half continuing his undergraduate pediatric cancer research at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. At the conclusion of his research projects, he moved back home to Southern California to further develop his medical school application, including self-studying for the MCAT and earning his master’s. His master’s capstone discussed the relationship between nutritional insecurity, SNAP (formerly food stamps), and health outcomes. He currently works as a scribe for a shoulder and elbow specialist.

Kevin has taught middle, high school, and college students in varying degrees of formality over the years. He strongly believes that learning is predicated on developing a system to optimize processing information and enjoys helping his students become efficient learners. Similarly, he believes helping find students find effective, personalized strategies to test-taking positions them for test-day success.

He also enjoys a variety of sports and exercise, making and finding music, and reading about and discussing health policy. He loves Taiwan, where his parents are from, and frequently visits.