Philantrophy | Melanie Chiu

Melanie Chiu

Class of 2018  |  A-Team ’18

Molecular and Cellular Biology

What would you do differently if you knew that no one was judging you?

Pretend that my life is a musical. 

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What makes PSA special to you?

PSA is special because there is something for everyone to get involved in. It provides so many opportunities to branch out and learn new things, as well as, build upon strengths and conquer weaknesses. I also believe that the people that make up PSA are what make the organization unique. There is a diverse spread of interests and passions that make up PSA. 


Why did you join PSA?

I’ve seen great things come from PSA. PSA opened up a lot of opportunities for me but the people are what ultimately make up PSA. I wanted to find a group of people that accepts me and I think I found just that.


What do you love about PSA?

Again, the people. But I think its great because there’s something for everyone so it brings together a variety of people regardless of it being a cultural org. The power PSA has on the community is also something grand and significant that I like to be a part of.


Favorite PSA memory?

When A-team did their curtain call to 7-11 at FCN. It made us closer.