Benjamin Brekke is a second-year graduate student at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California where he is studying medical statistics and health policy. He recently returned from Geneva, Switzerland, where interned at the World Health Organization and served as a representative of the International Diabetes Federation at the 67th World Health Assembly. He subsequently accepted an internship in Mexico City to work for the esteemed company El Poder Del Consumidor, which is helping Mexico lead the world in food policy. He graduated from the Claremont Colleges with a degree in neuroscience, where he won the Best Thesis Award in Science. He is an author on three scientific publications and he is currently working under CEP emergency physician Benjamin Squire on a research project examining the effectiveness of mechanical CPR versus conventional manual CPR. He was the lead scribe at the Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center for three years and has been a CEP National Scribe Trainer for two years. He has implemented seven full scribe programs and contributed to the company's training material and online didactic training. He is a big fan of the culture at CEP America and hopes to return to the company as a practitioner.