When Neysa Sanghavi arrived at the University of California from Mumbai, India with a Dean’s Leadership Scholarship in 2018, she was already an accomplished humanitarian, conservationist, author and scholar. She had worked toward turtle conservation in Costa Rica, researched HIV among former sex workers in India, and was named the youngest and first brand ambassador for Rwanda in India for her work with genocide survivors.

Now the co-director of the Undergraduate Student Government’s Service Student Assembly, Sanghavi looked back on the last four years that led to her upcoming bachelor’s in human biology from the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and bachelor’s in pharmacology and drug development from the USC School of Pharmacy.

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