Jorge, born and raised in Los Angeles, California, majored in History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health as a member of the class of 2019. He currently serves as the Woodbridge Fellow for the YCDO & Center for Teaching and Learning as the coordinator of the Community Initiative, a direct Yale administrative effort to empower first generation, low income undergraduates academically, socially, and financially. As an undergraduate, Jorge was heavily involved in residential college life, serving as president for Timothy Dwight College’s Student Activities Committee during his first year and as Chief Aide for the Head of College Office during his senior year. Outside of TD, Jorge was passionate about mentoring Latinx high school students by participating in MEChA de Yale’s Conexiones program for three years, ultimately serving as president during his junior year. As an FGLI student himself, he is passionate about helping students from underrepresented backgrounds feel at home at Yale.