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University of Southern California
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USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
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USC Chan Global Initiatives

Meet the Team

Danny Park OTD, OTR/L

Danny Park OTD, OTR/L

Associate Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy
Danny Park is an Associate Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy at the USC Chan Division and oversees Global Initiatives. He is a two-time USC Trojan, having earned his Master of Arts degree and Doctorate of Occupational Therapy degree here. He also has a Master of Education degree from Harvard University and a Master of Social Welfare from the University of California, Los Angeles. Danny enjoys singing, cooking, and spending time in good conversations.

Maggie Goodfellow OTS

Maggie Goodfellow OTS

USC Chan Professional Master’s student
Maggie Goodfellow is a second year Master’s student at USC and describes Global Initiatives as her home away from home. She is a double Trojan who received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and minor degree in Occupational Science. She is interested in working with either adults or children in the acute care setting. After moving from Florida to South Korea in the 5th grade, she quickly developed a love for exploring new cultures and languages, as well as meeting people from all over the world. In addition to travelling, she enjoys pilates, reading memoirs, and watching Shark Tank in her free time.

Brittany Inouye

Brittany Inouye

USC Chan Professional Master’s student
Brittany Inouye is a first year Master’s student at USC. She is from San Antonio, Texas and completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at The University of Texas at Austin. She is interested in pediatrics, specifically early intervention, but is open to the diverse opportunities in OT. After studying abroad in Cape Town, South Africa, she discovered her interest in global awareness as well as a desire to travel and explore new cultures and experiences. Brittany’s favorite occupations include going on runs, beach trips with family and friends, trying new foods, and listening to podcasts!

Kai Ali

Kai Ali

USC Chan Professional Master’s student
Kai is a second year Master’s student at USC. She is from Los Angeles, California and is a double Trojan having earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Occupational Science from USC in 2018. She is interested in working in an inpatient rehabilitation setting with children or adults. Kai grew up with the food, music, and language of two different cultures which developed her interest to explore other cultures, as well as understand the importance of diversity in academia and the workplace. In her free time, she enjoys cooking/trying new foods, completing wood-burning projects, going to the beach, and visiting Disneyland with her sisters.

Nikki Arabelle Bundang

Nikki Arabelle Bundang

USC Chan Occupational Therapy Doctoral Resident
Nikki Arabelle Bundang is one of two OTD residents working under Dr. Daniel Park for Global Initiatives. She is from San Diego, California and completed her Master of Arts in OT at USC in August 2020. She is interested in early intervention as well as community-based mental health. Due to her extensive travel experience, she developed an interest in diverse cultures and languages from a young age. Nikki engages in wood burning, reformer pilates and trying new restaurants during her free time.

Abe Ramirez

Abe Ramirez

USC Chan Professional Master’s student
Abe is in his first year in the Master’s of Occupational Therapy Program. He is a Los Angeles County native and received his Bachelor of Arts in English at the University of California Los Angeles. Prior to that, he received an Associate of Arts degree from Mount San Antonio College. Abe’s interest in working with Global Initiatives stems from being a first-generation student with immigrant parents and being bilingual. His interest in other cultures has led him to many adventures such as staying in hostels in the United Kingdom, studying in Italy, and driving up the west coast into Canada. Abe is interested in working in inpatient adult rehabilitation in a hospital setting. In his free time, Abe enjoys being a photographer, writer and traveler.

Wafaa Khairallah

Wafaa Khairallah

USC Chan Post-Professional Master’s student
Wafaa Khairallah is a Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Master’s student at USC. She is an international student from Palestine. Wafaa received her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from Bethlehem University. She also achieved a masters degree in Neurorehabilitation from Brunel University London. Wafaa is interested in adult rehabilitation, geriatrics and research in general. Wafaa enjoys creating dotting artwork and any crafty activity, travelling to historical sites and seeing the natural beauties of this world.

Mat Sucdad

Mat Sucdad

USC Chan Occupational Therapy Doctoral Resident
Nolan Mathew (Mat) Sucdad is one of the OTD students doing his residency with the Global Initiatives Office at USC Chan. Born in Manhattan and raised in New Jersey, Mat received his bachelor’s degree double majoring in Economics and Biological Sciences from Rutgers University before making the move across the country to USC to get his master’s degree in Occupational Therapy. Mat has had the privilege to live in diverse communities and believes that the best way to learn from each other is to interact with as many different people as possible. Mat cannot wait for the world to reopen and bring occupational therapy to different areas of the world, learning from his host sites along the way.

Perrie Hsin-Yu Han

Perrie Hsin-Yu Han

USC Chan Post-Professional Master’s Student
Perrie Han is a Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Master’s student at USC. She is an international student from Taiwan. Perrie received her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from Kaohsiung Medical University. She is interested in adult rehabilitation, hand therapy and the older adult population. She loves to travel, because during traveling, she can meet different people, experience different lifestyles and immerse different cultures. She is obsessed with the diversity of cultures just like she loves Occupational Therapy. To understand people’s needs, to realize the meaning behind daily activities, and to participate in the community are all her favorite things to do.