Originally from Fontana, California, David Aguilar is a second-year student at Northwestern University studying physics and economics. David’s love for the application of mathematics is why he choose to pursue the two fields, but he hopes to use his analytical skills to create a positive change in the world. Outside of academics, David pursues a variety of interests and activities. He plays the trombone in Northwestern’s Philharmonia. He serves as a project lead for Global Research Consulting, a consulting club dedicated to helping non-profits. He mentors first-generation, low-income students as they navigate their first year through the Compass mentorship program. He also served as Weinberg Senator in the student government. David is a proud son of two Mexican immigrants and hopes to inspire those around him to pursue the impossible. David hopes to use his analytical and quantitative skills to pursue a career in public service where he can make a difference in the communities that make up our world.