Hello, everyone! My name is Jee Eun Choi. I was born in Seoul, Korea. I moved to New York when I was seven and, since then, have taken up the name Sarah. I am currently a junior at Haverford College in Pennsylvania with a major in Biology and a double minor in Neuroscience and Japanese. On campus, I am a member in the KINSC Student Advisory board, which seeks to obtain student input in the administration of Haverford's science building. I am also the vice-president of JCC, the Japanese Culture Club, a full-time member of RCF, Renewal Christian Fellowship, and a peer tutor in biology and chemistry. When I am not in lab as a Research Assistant, I enjoy drawing, listening to k-pop music, and goofing off with my friends.
In accordance with past descriptions of being a "life-changing summer," JASC has been an unforgettable experience for me. I will forever be grateful for the opportunity that I was given to discuss challenging questions and share deep, personal opinions, all in the company of seventy other phenomenal delegates who were open-minded and friendly. Never before had I known that one could form such amazing friendships in such the short amount of time that we were together. I have been supported in my journey as I matured in my level of thinking and pushed past my fear of giving any form of public presentations, while learning much about both the Japanese and American culture. I am very excited to be a part of the executive board for the 66th JASC conference and hope that we will be able to bring a similar, if not better, experience to the incoming delegates.