Our Team

The SSD Team

Patrick Lee

Patrick Lee, Co-Director


Patrick Lee is a sophomore majoring in Bioengineering. Throughout high school, Patrick developed a strong interest in community service through tutoring elementary school students and volunteering at a local hospital. At Stanford, he is the director of the Tutoring for Community program, an SSD initiative that provides tutoring support for children of Stanford employees. 

Eileen Ung

Eileen Ung, Co-Director


Eileen Ung is a sophomore majoring in Management Science & Engineering and Economics. Her strong commitment to community service is what brought her on board with SSD. With a passion for education, Eileen has tutored students for the past six years, and launched an SAT prep branch with Ivy Insiders Revolution Prep in summer 2011 where she improved the scores of over 30 students by an average of 240 points.

Ernestine Fu

Ernestine Fu, Member-At-Large, 2010-2011 Director


Ernestine Fu was the 2010-2011 Executive Director of Student Services Division. Under Ernestine's leadership, the ASSU Shuttle Service met its peak revenue and operated as profitable for the first time ever. The SSD Freshman Internship Program was also launched, with six interns in its first year of operation. On a broader scale, Ernestine reshaped SSD's internal division and created a structure that is still in place today. Due to her contributions, Ernestine currently serves as a Member-At-Large.

Katherine Nasol, Intern


Katherine Nasol is a freshman from San Jose, CA, and is currently living in Rinconada. Service has always been a major part of her life and she has been active in anti-poverty groups, such as Night Outreach, and girl empowerment organizations, such as Girls For A Change. She is also also involved in other groups on campus such as the Cardinal Community Alliance, a student organization that works towards an open dialogue about identity issues on campus, and the a cappella group, Everyday People.



Annie Kong, Intern


Annie Kong is a freshman from China, and is currently living in Rinconada. She has been interested in public service since high school, participating and organizing several direct service activities. Now she is involved in several student organizations such as Technology and Education: Connecting Cultures (TECC), which sponsors a two-week summer teach abroad program in rural China. She was also a participant in this year's ASB trip on the topic of immigration issues along the California-Mexico border, and is a tutor for Tutor for Community (TFC).

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