Gisselle Gonzalez-Perez (she/her) was born and raised in East Los Angeles, CA. Gisselle is a first-generation Mexican-American student who identifies with the FLI community on campus. She went onto getting her high school diploma from a non-traditional high school called the, Applied Technology Center, where she was awarded Salutatorian of her class. She now attends Stanford University as a current sophomore student in the Class of 2024. Gisselle plans to pursue a Human Biology B.S. degree. At her time at Stanford, she hopes to further explore her interests of public health, medicine, health justice, and research. Her current involvements and positions include:

Human Biology B.S. Candidate
Latinas Contra Cancer, Research Fellow
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Senior Youth Advisor
Stanford's Comunidad Health Equity, Community Events Coordinator
Cardinal Free Clinics, Spanish Interpreter/Patient Health Navigator
Stanford's First-Generation and/or Low-Income Partnership (FLIP), Core Member