Lindsey Anne Keiko Wong, ’16
Lindsey Anne Keiko Wong graduated summa cum laude with departmental honors from UCLA in 2016 with a B.A. in Human Biology and Society and a Minor in Public Health. During her college years, she pursued her passion for community engagement as a Bruin Belles Service Association member and Philanthropy as Civic Engagement undergraduate representative. She also conducted public policy research through the University of California Center Sacramento Public Policy Program and concurrently completed an internship with the Women, Infants, and Children Division at the California Department of Public Health.
Embracing opportunities to connect with her culture, Lindsey performed throughout Los Angeles with Nikkei Student Union Odori, one of the few collegiate traditional Japanese dance organizations in the US. She spent her last semester abroad at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan, where she served as a teaching assistant at the Doshisha Center for Global Education and blogger for the UCLA International Education Office.
She currently works as a Project Manager for the Integrated Healthcare Association’s Align. Measure. Perform. Program, which advances healthcare quality, accountability, and affordability in California through performance measurement across clinical quality, cost, and resource use domains. She continues to study Japanese dance in her spare time.
Lindsey is humbled to honor the legacy of Norma Ehrlich, a champion of education, racial equity, and civic activism. Craig’s mentorship and generosity, in addition to support from fellow Ehrlich Scholars, have been invaluable to Lindsey’s professional and personal development.