UCLA Latino Alumni presents its Fall 2020 Career Panel
“How Did You Get Where You Are Today?”
Date: November 17th at 6:00 PM
Figuring out how to best utilize your time while at UCLA and then planning what you will do post-graduation can be challenging. Bruins that graduated from UCLA in the past know that feeling, too. During this panel, UCLA Latinx Alumni will share their stories, provide successful insights on ‘the next move,” and highlight ways you can be resilient during your journey.
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Sergio Alvarez is from El Monte, CA in the San Gabriel Valley of Southern California. He went to college at UC Santa Barbara and majored in Cellular and Developmental Biology, graduating with distinction in the major. He then went to the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine and was involved with LMSA (Latino Medical Student Association), Student-Run Homeless Clinic, and club Wrestling. After completing medical school, he matched in an Emergency Medicine residency at the UC San Francisco - San Francisco General and Trauma Hospital residency program. His residency focus was the point of care ultrasound, orthopedic trauma, and sports medicine. He recently graduated and is now completing a fellowship in non-operative Sports Medicine. He is in the Stanford-O'Connor fellowship program and sees patients in clinics, cares for Division I athletes, and works one shift a week in the emergency department. His plan once completing fellowship is to return to southern California and practice both emergency medicine and sports medicine, where he will bring his expertise to underserved communities.
Jacqueline Perez is both an alumna and a current graduate student at UCLA. She graduated in 2019 with a B.A. in Psychology and is currently working on a Ph.D. in Social Psychology. Her research focuses on how romantic relationships are affected by socioeconomic adversity and how they differ across cultures, races/ethnicities, and immigration statuses.
Miguel Guerra graduated from UCLA Law School with a Juris Doctor, specializing in Media, Entertainment, and Technology Law. Prior to Endeavor Content, Miguel worked as an entertainment lawyer at Netflix.