Ethan graduated from George Washington University (BA 21’) where he majored in Political Science with a double minor in Criminal Justice and Journalism/Mass Communication.
He was in the Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service 2017-2018 Civic House Cohort where he learned about civic engagement, community building, and leadership through service. Civic House helped him discover a passion for public service and nonprofit work.
Ethan is also a DC and nationally certified EMT and volunteered with his collegiate ambulance agency. Eventually becoming president of the agency his senior year where he learned to manage, adapt to, and overcome challenges faced when running an ambulance agency during a pandemic.
His experiences and studies helped to develop his passion for public service and AAPI issues, and have led him to his role at APAICS today.