Sarah Lee, ’20
Sarah graduated from UCLA in 2020 with a B.S. in psychobiology. During her four years at UCLA, Sarah channeled her passion for leadership, medicine, and writing through various opportunities. She served as a coordinator, Leadership Development Director, and Vice President for the Alumni Scholars Club, where she organized leadership trainings, a silent auction, and UCLA’s biggest student-nominated faculty award. She also worked as a clinical research associate and later a coordinator for the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center’s emergency medicine faculty. Lastly, she maintained her love for writing by serving as an Editor-in-Chief and a Co-President for Morning Sign Out, a student organization that publishes health-related articles online in hopes of improving health literacy of the general public. She is currently pursuing her lifelong dream of becoming a physician by going through the process of applying to medical schools.
Receiving the Norma J. Ehrlich Scholarship has gifted her with not only financial support but also an amazing mentor and a strong network of phenomenal women who always seek to help and inspire each other. She hopes to contribute more to this group and stay committed to helping future Ehrlich scholars well past her time at UCLA.