Eunice Lee, ’17

A Los Angeles native, Eunice graduated from UCLA in 2017 with B.A.s in Communication Studies and Political Science. As an undergraduate student, she was involved with the Alumni Scholars Club, Alumni Mentor Program, Undergraduate Law Journal, Achievement Scholars Club, College Fellows program, CAPPP Quarter in Washington program, and UCDC Presidential Public Service Fellows. 

Immediately following her time at UCLA, Eunice joined the Peace Corps as an Education Volunteer in Namibia. Upon her close of service in Fall 2019, she traveled to St. Petersburg, Russia and earned her TEFL certification. 

While still very much caught by the travel bug, Eunice is currently back in the States looking forward to new adventures. Since returning, she has relocated to North Carolina, where she is working for the Environmental Protection Agency. 

For Eunice, receiving the Ehrlich Alumni Scholarship provided her with the remarkable privilege of experiencing a support system truly committed to her personal growth and success. The Ehrlich scholars encouraged her throughout her college transition, and she would like to express her heartfelt gratitude to Craig for opening the door to a lifetime of friendships and mentorships.