A graduate of Wittenberg University, Isaac Cason majored in Biology and minored in Africana Studies. He was heavily involved in community service at Wittenberg, including his work with The Hagen Center, where he acted as Community Service Coordinator to lead service trips and classes. He also led the Concerned Black Students organization as president and was a founding member of the Lesotho Nutrition Initiative, a program at Wittenberg that provides food supplements to malnourished children in Lesotho, Africa. His work with Lesotho began with participation in a month-long study abroad program there that gave him the opportunity to learn about the local culture and language while completing community service. Isaac’s hobbies include photography and adventuring, and he is most excited to meet new people in his time with PULSE. He served at the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh.