Bernardo Villarreal Rodríguez

Universidad de Monterrey

Bernardo Villarreal, a medical doctor student at Universidad de Monterrey, has demonstrated tangible results of social engagement, constant spirit of improvement and a deep commitment in suggesting solutions to the most compelling social problems. Since 2016, Bernardo has been the founder and president of Group San Orestes, a student collective that aims to improve the quality of life of rural communities in northeastern Mexico. Their mission is to provide solutions to the social problems of rural communities in order to improve their quality of life among health care, economy develop and drinking water access. Today, the project supports over 400 people of Los Lirios, Coahuila. Moreover, Bernardo has been involved in many other social projects, initiatives and programs. Bernardo is a faithful bearer of the characteristics and values of our University by demonstrating that "man can only be fulfilled in the service of man.

Mario Paez
President
Universidad de Monterrey

Personal Statement

Since high school I have always been inclined to serve others. During this period I attended volunteer programs, where I could open my eyes to the reality that surrounds us. After that, I was able to perceive the need to develop entrepreneurship projects and the involvement of young people in social causes. When I entered to medical career, I decided to do something about it. I chose to work with the community of Los Lirios, Coahuila and I started a project with medical brigades, without knowing much about the subject of social processes. From then until now, everything has been a learning process to me. Step by step, and with the accompaniment of my mentors, I have been growing, learning and understanding different things. Today, I am proud of what we are doing in Group San Orestes and I would not change anything in this process. Today I can say that since that year until now, I can see a positive change in the community and that we, the university students, are able to carry out our studies, whatever the chosen career, and at the same time be develop a social project and attending to the needs of our neighborhood.

Bernardo Villarreal Rodríguez
Medical Doctor: Class of 2021
written 2019

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Sarah Lutes, UNC Asheville Seda Sahin, Univeristy of Connecticut Bernardo Villarreal Rodríguez, Universidad de Monterrey Elizabeth Paige, University of Baltimore Itzel Velazquez, University of Central Arkansas Jordan Borenstein, University of Central Florida Hunter Caudillo, University of Central Oklahoma Delali Nenonene, University of Dayton April Singleton, University of Delaware Amanda Wittebort, University of Denver Mikaela Lopez, University of Houston-Downtown Nicolas Robledo, University of Illinois at Chicago Natalie Benson, University of Indianapolis Jocelyn Roof, University of Iowa Kaitlyn Frick, University of Kentucky Dyamond Gray, University of La Verne Sarah Nichols, University of Maine at Augusta Maheen Haq, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Madison LaCure, University of Massachusetts - Boston Marvens Pierre, University of Massachusetts Amherst Elizabeth Anusauskas, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Twisha Mohapatra, University of Massachusetts Lowell Shravya Jasti, University of Miami Jalen Rose, University of Michigan-Dearborn Robert Harper, University of Minnesota Danielle Friz, University of Missouri - St. Louis Daisy Ward, University of Montana Adrianna Pittman, University of Montana Western Lizbeth Perez Hernandez, University of Nebraska Omaha Kaitlin Griffin, University of New Hampshire Joyce Yao, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Yesika Sorto Andino, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Adriana Zarate, University of North Georgia Hector Robledo, University of North Texas at Dallas Malaika Michel-Fuller, University of Northern Colorado Sashay Carroll, University of Northern Iowa Carson Ball, University of Oklahoma Carter Gale, University of Pennsylvania John Farris, University of Redlands Mary-Kate McGeary, University of Rhode Island Lina Tori Jan, University of Richmond Nina Schneider, University of San DIego Nyteia Tyler, University of San Francisco Karen Padilla, University of South Carolina Beaufort Danica Leaphart, University of South Carolina, Columbia Andrew Spencer, University of St. Thomas Shaneika Bowra, University of the District of Columbia Livia Karoui, University of the South Jordyn Gaurkee, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay Emiliana Lopez, University of Wisconsin - Madison Zach Atkins, University of Wisconsin - Parkside Madison Hale, University of Wisconsin-Superior
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