Christian Hebert-Pryor is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana and serves as a board member for Under the Scope Foundation (UTS). Hebert-Pryor is interested in addressing community health concerns and services through practical economic, public policy, and educational approaches. He has previously worked at Dillard University to generate corporate funding and grants for essential programs that not only shaped the institutions success but also the communities of their staff and students. While there, Dillard University received record setting funding from a myriad of organizations such as the Lumina Foundation, Verizon, and United Negro College Fund. At the age of 25, he was the youngest Corporate and Foundation Relations Officer in the University’s history. Before his time in higher education, he worked as an Education Fellow with Visible Men Academy (VMA). During his time at VMA he secured funding from local non-profits and Tropicana to support the schools extracurricular programming and community efforts. Hebert-Pryor has also been named a Truman Scholar Finalist, studied at Carnegie Mellon University as Public Policy and International Affairs Fellow, and has served as a Charles E. Koch Fellow, and White House Intern with President Obama’s administration. As a progressive lawyer, Hebert-Pryor wishes to increase awareness regarding cascading legislation that impacts communities reliant on medical and legal services. While studying law, he served as a Senior Editor for the Journal of Race, Gender, and Poverty and was a member of the Moot Court team. Christian earned his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Religion from Hampden-Sydney College and earned his Juris Doctorate from Southern University Law Center.