Mohan Sudabattula is a current undergraduate student at the University of Utah pursuing honors in Biology, Philosophy, and Health, Society and Policy. He is the Founder and Executive Director of Project Embrace, an international medical nonprofit organization dedicated to the reduction of global health disparities and promotion of sustainable health care practices. Mohan has presented international work in healthcare at numerous professional and academic conferences, including on the stages of the University of Utah, Johns Hopkins, and Stanford’s School of Medicine, the Utah State Legislature, and at St. Hugh’s College at the University of Oxford. Having previously served as an Undergraduate Research Leader for the University of Utah, he currently conducts interdisciplinary research in the fields of global health, public policy, and bioethics. Mohan’s advocacy to increase access to healthcare in developing communities--both locally and abroad--have provided him a comprehensive understanding of the challenges both individuals and communities face in providing quality health care services to those in severe need. Outside of his commitment to Project Embrace, Mohan is also employed at the Sorenson Impact Center as a Policy Innovation Fellow. Anticipating graduation in 2019, Mohan aspires to go to grad school where he intends to pursue his passion for the advancement of health and human rights as a public servant.