Jacqueline Bravo

Jacqueline Bravo

Number of quarters in CCL: 1

Why do you think it is important to study diversity and inclusion?

It's impossible to not take notice of the highly diverse and distinct characteristics which make up every human being. It is only when all these cultures and backgrounds are accepted that society can truly move forward. Studying inclusion and diversity is necessary to ensure all communities, especially marginalized ones, are given space and not discriminated against.

Describe a time you felt socially connected to UCLA?

As a member of UniCamp, I felt most socially connected to UCLA during a camp retreat I took part in. During this retreat, I met many fellow UCLA undergrads and alumni, who made me feel included and part of a bigger community.