My interdisciplinary service and leadership experiences have inspired and enabled me to partner with the leadership and colleagues throughout the university, the nation, and the world. I look forward to using my service experience as a faculty to benefit my academic home. During my student time at Pitt, I have had opportunities to serve on various university/school committees as the student representative, and I held leadership positions in three international and domestic student organizations. I have learned much about developing new courses, revising existing courses, and reviewing new academic policies while serving on the School's Academic Council and the University's Faculty Affairs Committee. These experiences inspire me to contribute and connect to the school community. My immigrant identity granted me a unique lens to observe and unpack the intersection between society and people, such as identifying with underprivileged groups' struggles. I understand how important it is for an educational institution to acknowledge the challenges of students. I am committed to taking part in any effort to build a more inclusive learning environment for all as a long-term goal of my career. After joining UNO, I constantly engaged in service activities based on my capacity; here is a list of my current and past service roles.