Jorge Campos Franco
Jorge Campos Franco is currently a senior at USC studying Human Biology. He has previously served as Chapter President of his fraternity, La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda, Fraternity Inc., and has completed two years of research exploring embryonic neural stem cells in the dentate gyrus.
Jorge is currently serving as President of the Kidney Disease Screening and Awareness Program (KDSAP), an organization focused on raising awareness about Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). In Los Angeles, approximately 20% of the population suffers from CKD, the majority being Latinx. In an effort to reduce this health disparity, Jorge conducts free kidney health screenings and educational events in collaboration with the Neighborhood Academic Initiative Program (NAI). Jorge’s plan is to continue expanding KDSAP’s reach by collaborating with more community programs in the Los Angeles area.
Jorge is on pace to be Valedictorian of his class and will be applying to medical school next year.
High school: West Ranch High School
University of Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles, CA
News and Highlights
Trailblazer: Congratulations to Jorge Campos Franco, MS '17, for receiving the Dr. John R. Hubbard Recognition Award in recognition of his groundbreaking medical research and deep commitment to ensuring healthcare accessibility in underserved communities. The USC Latino Alumni Association bestows this honor at their annual Scholarship Gala to an outstanding undergraduate Latino student on their overall record of academics, leadership, and community service. Congratulations again, Jorge, and continue leading the way!