Denisse Rojas Marquez envisions a health care system where no individual is excluded. Growing up as an undocumented immigrant, she and her family had limited health care options, and as a result, they found themselves often delaying treatment for illnesses and using free or subsidized health care. After graduating from UC Berkeley in 2012, Denisse co-founded Pre-Health Dreamers (PHD) to provide advising, resources, and advocacy to other undocumented youth who aspire to pursue medicine like herself. Denisse’s story has been featured in CNNMoney and National Public Radio’s Latino USA, and Forbes magazine recognized Denisse in its "30 Under 30" most influential entrepreneurs in education. Denisse spoke about her journey and passion for uplifting the undocumented community in TEDMED 2018. Denisse is currently taking a pause from her medical studies at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai to pursue a Masters in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Denisse is also a U.S. Latino Leadership Fellow at the Center for Public Leadership.