Jessica Cianci, Co-President
Jessica is a 2L from Chicago, Illinois. She graduated from American University, DC in 2017 with a degree in Anthropology and a minor in Psychology. She has worked at the Global Catastrophic Risk Institute, Planned Parenthood, Sidley Austin, and SmithBucklin where she managed membership and operations functions for The Society of Pediatric Nurses and The National Society for Genetic Counselors. At HLS she is the Speakers Editor for the Journal of Law and Technology and involved in the Prison Legal Assistance Project. During the summer of 2021 she is working full-time with the Florida Health Justice Project and part-time on as a Research Assistant for the John Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics to study genetics, infectious disease and the law.
Christine Smith, Co-President
Christine is a 2L from Dallas, TX. She graduated in 2018 from Emory University with a double major in biology and sociology. After graduation, she worked as a contractor for the Centers for Disease Control, focusing on chronic disease IT program development and health communications. At HLS, she is involved in the Mississippi Delta Project and the Harvard Law and Policy Review.
Lars Lindgren, Treasurer
Lars is a 2L from Texas. He graduated from Texas Tech with a Bachelor of Science in Cell & Molecular Biology and a Bachelor of Arts in Arts & Letters. He has worked as a molecular biology research assistant in plant biotechnology and human embryonic development. At HLS, he is involved in the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, and the HLS FiLM Society.
Cathy Zhang, Health Equity Chair
Cathy is a 2L from Nashville, TN. She graduated in 2019 from the University of Pennsylvania with a double major in Health & Societies and Sociology and spent the following year doing health policy research at Penn’s Medical Ethics and Health Policy Department. At HLS she is involved in Lambda, QTPOC, APALSA, the Mississippi Delta Project, ACS, and the Harvard Law and Policy Review. In her free time, Cathy volunteers with Nashville CARES and stalks the Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary Facebook page.
Jennifer Su is a first-year at Harvard College from Sacramento, California. Academically, she is interested in concentrating in Social Studies with a secondary in Computer Science or Statistics. She was an intern at the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, and is interested in issues in the social determinants of health and health inequity. On campus, she is involved in the Harvard Health Policy Review and the Institute of Politics Policy Program.