Jamie Querubin (SF2012)

Placement: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission – Financial Services

My Hometown: Fontana, CA

My Education: Stanford University, B.A. in Political Science, Minor in Sociology

Selected Honors: The Lillian F. Bidwell Memorial Scholarship For Women Fund recipient; Chaffey College Trust Fund scholarship recipient, College Board AP Scholar, Stanford Introductory Seminar Excellence Award

Selected Activities & Community Involvement: Chair, Pilipino American Student Union; Chair, Colleges Against Cancer; Chair, Stanford Project On Hunger; Chair, Stanford Queer and Asian; Stanford Democrats; Vision New America program in public policy; Intern, California State Assembly; Research Assistant, the Center of Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law

Why San Francisco is Important to Me:After spending many of my childhood summers in San Francisco and attending college in the Bay Area, I see San Francico as the place where I truly grew up. I have always loved its cultural diversity, natural beauty, and sense of social responsibility. The more I learn about the city, the more I am in awe of its innovative and progressive policies. This fellowship gives me the opportunity to learn more about a city I already love, and contribute to what makes San Francisco so great.

Something Unique About Me: I studied abroad for three months at the University of Cape Town in Cape Town, South Africa where I engaged in service-learning projects, went sand duning in the South African desert, and shark-cage diving with great whites.

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