Brandon Bond was the first in his family to earn a college degree (Biopsychology, Cognition, Neuroscience program, BA '20), and he went full throttle by pursuing dual master’s degrees in Public Health and Social Work.
“I wanted to find a way to incorporate both fields,” muses Bond. “Both programs provide unique skills and perspectives that I wanted to develop, and I recognized that, in many ways, the two can't be successful without each other. I couldn’t see myself leading projects without utilizing the input of community members and I couldn’t work with community members without understanding the programs and policies that impact them.”
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