Chandni Kazi is a UC Berkeley Alumni in Molecular and Cell Biology. She earned her Masters in Public Health in Biostatistics from Loma Linda University with a 3.95 GPA, where she had a prestigious academic scholarship, in June 2014. Chandni’s research involves quantifying health disparities and analyzing adolescent mental health through statistical programs such as SAS and Stata. She is passionate about using evidence based research for social justice advocacy. Chandni has been invited by the Clinton Global Initiative University conference twice to present her innovative social action research and projects and currently volunteers as a health advocate and researcher for Youth Hope, a non-profit organization that serves the local homeless and runaway youth.