Ramsay Goyal
Milken Scholar 2020
Scholar Profile

Ramsay Goyal


Ramsay Goyal, a graduate of Loyola High School of Los Angeles and Patrick J. Cahalan, S.J. Award recipient, was a President Volunteer Service Award honoree and National Society of the Colonial Dames of America Congressional Essay contest winner. As captain of Loyola's Congressional Debate team, he led his teammates to the California State and USA National tournaments for three consecutive years. A transportation enthusiast, Ramsay is an Urban Studies major at Yale University, where he serves as Director of Business for Yale Model Congress and coaches World Schools Debate. He is the student council president of Morse College and a mentor for high school students in service programs New Haven REACH and Beyond the Pond. On campus, he works as a Recruitment Coordinator in the Yale Admissions Office and as the Chief Office and Events Aide for Morse College. A lifetime Los Angeles resident, Ramsay serves as an elected board member of the Olympic Park Neighborhood Council, where he chairs the transportation committee. He recently completed a summer internship in the Washington D.C. Office of U.S. Congressman Jimmy Gomez (CA-34) and he currently works for civil engineering consulting firm Kimley-Horn.

High school:  Loyola High School of Los Angeles


College Year Degree
Yale College
New Haven, CT
2024 B.A. Urban Studies