Gloria Cheng is a junior studying Health and Human Sciences on the Psychology track with a minor in 2-dimensional studies. She is currently pre-med and hopes to pursue medical school after taking a gap year. Gloria co-directs the ZYGO Medical Ethics series under the Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics to discuss bioethical issues and explore the vastly growing field of medicine in popular culture. She is particularly passionate about addressing inequities in global health care development and hopes to eventually work at the intersection of public health and medicine. She hopes to work towards increasing equal access to healthcare for vulnerable and underprivileged populations domestically and globally. Gloria is also Program Assistant for the Understanding Homelessness Through Service program at JEP which connects students to volunteering opportunities at various nonprofits tackling homelessness in Los Angeles — an issue she is particularly passionate about. In her free time, she loves getting her hands dirty in paint and charcoal, writing stand-up, and binge watching movies and TV.