Milan Chand (he/him) is senior in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania (C’24) majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Asian American Studies, Urban Studies, and Chemistry. Originally from Newtown, Connecticut, Milan graduated from Newtown High School in 2020. He is very passionate about mental health awareness, LGBTQ+ rights, as well as social justice work around gun violence prevention. This has led him to work in many spaces from a clinical research lab at Yale, to interning for the Center for Health Equity Advancement at Penn Medicine, to being a volunteer for many community-based organizations (such as Sandy Hook Promise, March for Our Lives, & The Avielle Foundation). Milan is currently president of Active Minds at Penn, a peer practitioner at Restorative Practices @ Penn, a research assistant at the Boundaries of Anxiety & Depression Lab, as well as a being on the Board of Directors at the Jordan Porco Foundation. In his free time he loves to cook, go thrifting, and explore Philadelphia.