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Leah Sanchez MPH ’11
Leah Sanchez graduated from the MPH program in health and social behavior at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health in 2011. While at Berkeley, she enjoyed learning video editing skills in the Video and Public Health Leadership class held by the Center for Health Leadership. She hopes to use these same skills in her career to give a voice to underserved populations. Leah’s interests in public health include minority populations, the social determinants of health, and improving access to care. She is currently a nursing student at UCSF studying to become a family nurse practitioner. She is grateful for all of the experiences and opportunities offered by the School of Public Health and hopes these videos are a useful tool for future students.
Cheryl Toledo MPH ’11
Cheryl Toledo graduated from the MPH program in health policy and management at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health in 2011. She served two years on the Center for Health Leadership (CHL) Student Board and took classes promoted by CHL, including the Video and Public Health Leadership course. After developing a passion for video and new media, she brought what she learned to both her family life and her workplace at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center. Her interests in public health are in reducing health disparities and improving the health care system for those most vulnerable. She enjoys running, sleeping, eating, traveling, watching movies and television shows, and hanging out with friends and family. She feels thankful for all the wonderful experiences, skills and knowledge she gained from Berkeley’s School of Public Health and is glad to give back in this unique way to help future students!