Domestic Relations Team

Domestic Relations (DR) is responsible for maintaining relations with everyone in the United States. We are in charge of contacting health care professionals, such as doctors, nurses, etc. and receive assistance from them in any way. DR is also in charge of building and strengthening relations between FISHies, by hosting Social events, such as Dinners for 8, hiking, and karaoke. DR associates collaborate with other UCLA organizations and work to improve the Los Angeles area through volunteer activities. A new idea which is being implemented in DR is creating a mentorship program between FISH alumni, current associates, and incoming associates. DR strives to establish relationships with professionals, build stronger bonds within FISH, and improve the Los Angeles community.

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Grace Horton

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Casey Gilles

Alex Kashou

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Rithik Kumar

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Milo Ryan

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Nicole Lee

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Isis Doss-Wassily

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Micaela Coll

Elizabeth Kaplan

Isis Doss-Wassily
Co-Director of Domestic Relations

Isis is a second year Pre-Human Biology and Society major pursuing a minor in Global Studies. Prior to her involvement in FISH, she discovered her passion for service through trips to Mexico with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and Amor, where she helped build houses and living spaces for families who had lost their homes. She was thrilled to find an organization that matched her passion for service along with her love for community building and joined right away. Throughout her 2 years on FISH, Isis has learned the importance of sustainability and cultural competence in providing healthcare to international communities. Along with the opportunity to interact with and serve the Maclovio Rojas community, Isis has also enjoyed connecting with her fellow FISH associates. She has learned so much from them, especially from their resilience and commitment to the organization while isolated during the pandemic. Outside of FISH, you can find Isis singing with her a capella group, Deviant Voices, and writing articles as a Feature Writer for Her Campus at UCLA, the nation's largest online magazine for college women. As Co-Director of Domestic Relations, Isis hopes to continue to expand FISH’s work with underserved communities in the Los Angeles area and continue to promote fellowship and bonding among FISH’s associates.

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Isis Doss-Wassily
Co-Director of Domestic Relations

Isis is a second year Pre-Human Biology and Society major pursuing a minor in Global Studies. Prior to her involvement in FISH, she discovered her passion for service through trips to Mexico with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and Amor, where she helped build houses and living spaces for families who had lost their homes. She was thrilled to find an organization that matched her passion for service along with her love for community building and joined right away. Throughout her 2 years on FISH, Isis has learned the importance of sustainability and cultural competence in providing healthcare to international communities. Along with the opportunity to interact with and serve the Maclovio Rojas community, Isis has also enjoyed connecting with her fellow FISH associates. She has learned so much from them, especially from their resilience and commitment to the organization while isolated during the pandemic. Outside of FISH, you can find Isis singing with her a capella group, Deviant Voices, and writing articles as a Feature Writer for Her Campus at UCLA, the nation's largest online magazine for college women. As Co-Director of Domestic Relations, Isis hopes to continue to expand FISH’s work with underserved communities in the Los Angeles area and continue to promote fellowship and bonding among FISH’s associates.