Jamielee Gruspe is a San Diego State University graduate who received her B.S. in Public Health. During her time at San Diego State University she worked closely with the Peer Health Educators Program, a Health Promotion Department program dedicated to teaching students on campus about health and wellness. With the Peer Health Educators Program, Jamielee has led creative workshops at dorms and markets and presented topics about sexual health and alcohol use. Other than the Peer Health Educators Program, she is an active member through Students 4 Public Health Organization, in which focuses on public health topics and community service. Furthermore, she has been a STRIVE, San Diego intern under the outreach committee for a semester. When Jamielee is not in school, she spends some nights as a Certified Nursing Assistant that works with mentally disabled individuals in making sure they are safe and well cared for. On the days she has time to have fun and relax, she likes to go jogging with her dog, singing, watch online/TV-dramas, and spend quality time with the ones she loves most.