Your Community Health Organizers

Your Community Health Organizers are students who are committed to advancing health and well-being efforts in our diverse student communities at the University of Southern California. Four pairs of undergraduates-graduate students are gathering student input from across the university to inform USC Student Health and Division of Student Affairs strategic goals to:

  • Enhance the culture of equity, diversity and inclusion
  • Cultivate a culture where individuals and communities thrive
  • Disrupt the culture of at-risk substance abuse
  • Foster a culture of consent and healthy relationships

Their work is an essential component to the USC Student Well-being Collective Impact framework, under the oversight of USC Student Health’s Office of Health Promotion Strategy. The information they gather on student experiences and opinions will supplement quantitative research data in these four areas and help shape future USC programming and policies.

About the Community Health Organizers


Equity & Inclusion

Jennifer Tarm, Master of Marriage & Family Therapy graduate student

Lana Bridi, Mathematics and Human Biology undergraduate student

Mental Health & Thriving

Timothy Yeh, Master of Public Diplomacy graduate student

Sabrina Rivas, Communications undergraduate student

Consent & Healthy Relationships

Ayah Bany-Mohammed, Doctor of Pharmacy graduate student

Jarod Majeika, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention undergraduate student

Alcohol & Other Drugs

Sierra Murdock, Master of Communication Management graduate student

Jackson Cook, Biomedical Engineering undergraduate student