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International Relations Team

The International Relations (IR) Team extends FISH's outreach in Mexico by fostering cross-cultural interaction between FISH and the community. FISH achieves this goal by bridging the language barrier between both parties; FISH associates are taught Spanish, and English lessons are offered for the community. In addition, community events are organized to interact with the community and familiarize themselves with our organization.

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Lauren Campos
Co-Director of International Relations

4th Year Anthropology Major 

Favorite Fish: Siamese Fighting Fish 

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Sanjana Borle
Co-Director of International Relations

Sanjana Borle is a third-year Physiological Science major and Global Health minor from Cupertino, California. She joined FISH in Fall of 2020 to expand her understanding of global health, and on a broader scale, health equity. She really appreciates FISH’s emphasis on ethical interventions that best reflect the needs of the Maclovio Rojas community. FISH’s ultimate goal of achieving self-sufficiency in the community really stands out to her because it demonstrates the organization’s commitment to directly tackling determinants of health outcomes with long-term and sustainable interventions. As co-director of International Relations, she is excited to transform the English lesson curriculum into one that actively engages children of all ages and combats Zoom fatigue experienced during the pandemic by children in Maclovio Rojas. In her free time, Sanjana likes spending time outdoors, trying new foods, and spending time with friends and family.

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Aliza Hacking

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Sergio Martinez Paredes

Not pictured: Nicole Attiq, Briana Valenzuela, Victor Morales, Brynne Burrows, Jasmine Gutierrez, Khan Tran, Fiorella Hunter, Kalia Lai

 

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