About Us

 Mission Statement

Sunscreen for Life, founded in October 2014 by two aspiring medical students, is a non- profit organization looking to educate our future generations about the importance of sun protection. Sunscreen for Life speaks at schools, community centers, and other public entities to provide information about skin cancer prevention via easy to understand presentations for children and parents alike. 80% of skin sun damage is accrued before the age of eighteen, making it of the utmost importance to teach children about sunscreen. Here at Sunscreen for Life we make the learning process easy, fun, and engaging! Please explore our website and feel free to reach out to our team with any questions about sun protection!

Alex Reivitis

AlexAlex is an aspiring doctor who was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. She received bachelors of arts in biopsychology from Loyola Marymount University. As an undergraduate student, Alex conducted research about sex differences in the human brain. After graduating magna cum laude in 2011, Alex continued her education at Loyola Marymount by completing a two year post baccalaureate premedical program. During her time in the program, Alex was a research coordinator for a genetics lab, worked as an english tutor for undergraduate students and was an intern at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Alex worked as a medical assistant at Batra Dermatology for 2 years, and is currently working at Rejuva Medical Aesthetics as a medical assistant and clinical research coordinator. Alex is extremely enthusiastic about healthcare and loves working with children.

Andrea Rowland

AndreaAndrea grew up in Northern California in the Central Valley. During her time in undergrad at the University of California, Los Angeles, she volunteered in the UCLA Exercise and Metabolic Disease Research Lab studying the effects of resistance training on cardiovascular disease. She also worked as a medical technician at Sibley Spine Center in Beverly Hills. After graduating with a bachelor’s of science in physiological science, she began working as a medical assistant at Batra Dermatology, a private practice in Santa Monica, CA. While working, she completed the post-baccalaureate program for Pre-Health Professionals at California State University, Los Angeles. She was accepted into the University of Toledo, College of Medicine, Class of 2020, and is currently working towards her MD degree. As the Midwestern Medical School representative of the Association of Women Surgeons, Andrea enjoys putting together events to allow medical students, residents, and physicians to connect and form mentorships.

In her free time, she loves to spend time with her husband, Mark, and her fun-loving puppy Coco Crisp.



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