Taylor Medina, graduated from Arizona State University in 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Minor in Mathematics. During his undergraduate career, Taylor conducted research at the National University of Singapore modeling heat transfer between the human hand and a cryo-compression glove. He successfully defended his senior thesis studying the kinetics between ozone and titanium dioxide to be used in passively removing urban air pollution. Additionally, he interned at the Intel Corporation as a process engineer working on the lithography step of the production of computer chips. At the Bren School, Taylor is interested in specializing in Water Resources Management and Energy and Climate. His current research focuses on studying sources of PFAs in Southern California water systems. Eventually, he would like to develop solutions that solve current water pollution issues and water shortages to allow for water security for those all over the world.