Pitzer Peer Health Educators

Mission & Values

Our mission is to meet the needs of Pitzer students through increasing accessibility to resources, creating community dialogue, and empowering students to explore what holistic health and wellness means to them.

PHE values are Inclusivity, Education, Accessibility, Holistic Health and Wellness.

Past Events

Past PHE Events

Weekly Wellness Newsletter

Check out our Weekly Wellness newsletters on Student Talk.

PHE Weekly Wellness

Pharmacy Runs:

PHEs will give you a ride to your local pharmacy in order for you to get you prescriptions filled or to pick up over the counter medications and other supplies. Pharmacy runs are biweekly- check out student talk for details.

Other Resources

Email PHE@listserv.pitzer.edu with:

  • Questions about health & wellness
  • Ideas for future events you’d like to see
  • To set up a time to learn how to use gym equipment from a PHE
  • To set up a time to have a safe-space talk with a PHE

Contact Us

Email: PHE@listserv.pitzer.edu
Facebook: @pitzerwellness
Instagram: @pzwellness

Meet your PHEs:


  •             Sandy Lankireddy, ’19            Pronouns: he/him/his            Major: Human Biology

                     Hometown: Fremont, CA 

    I practice health and wellness by running, eating plenty of spinach, and relaxing with my cat.           










           Nikki Bansal, ’19
           Pronouns: she/her/hers
           Hometown: Providence, RI
I practice health and wellness by prioritizing sleep, going to the gym, spending lots of time with my dog, and knowing when to ask for support.          


           Carla Condorí Bazán, ’20
           Pronouns: she/her/hers
           Major: Latin American Studies and Spanish
           Hometown: Córdoba, Argentina
I practice health and wellness by listening to music under a tree and writing down my hopes and dream.             


           May Ko, ’20
           Pronouns: she/her/hers
           Major: Biology, Spanish minor
           Hometown: Taipei, Taiwan
I practice health and wellness by playing with animals, watching movies, eating good food, and doing pilates.                     

           Elaine Fouché, ’20
           Pronouns: she/her/hers
           Major: Psychology, legal studies minor
           Hometown: Bellevue, WA
I practice health and wellness by prioritizing the things that make me happy, finding quality alone time, and surrounding myself with positive people.                 


           Jess Miao, ’21
           Pronouns: she/her/hers
           Major: Biology, History minor
           Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
I practice health and wellness by knitting, doing yoga, and spending time with my friends.