Livier Camarena Sanchez

California State University, Stanislaus
Trustee Emeritus Kenneth Fong Scholar​

I want to provide a helping hand and voice to those who are not being heard or noticed in society.

The oldest child in her family and a first-generation college student, Livier Camarena Sanchez has always persevered when it comes to her education. As a child of migrant parents, she witnessed the sacrifices they made for their children. Today, Livier is a senior at California State University, Stanislaus, majoring in biological sciences with a concentration in molecular and microbial biology and a minor in chemistry.

Livier has completed the University Honors Program, taken part in the Kaiser Permanente Summer Internship program, participated in a variety of volunteer activities, and held officer positions in the Pre-Health Society and Honors Endeavors Club at Stanislaus State. She is a student assistant for Safety and Risk Management on campus and a medical scribe at Doctors Medical Center.

Livier’s own experience with medical hardship have inspired her to attend a graduate or professional school after obtaining her bachelor’s degree. She’ll then pursue a career in gynecology, focusing on women’s preventive care.