Conrad is completing his MD at the University of Alberta and holds a BSc in Pharmacoimmunology from UBC. He is a published researcher at a Canadian pharmaceutical company and hopes that his project will one day help children around the world. In alignment with his passion for assisting children in need, he has traveled to two developing nations in Central America to build and restore four playgrounds in impoverished communities.
Conrad also believes in taking a more personal approach to influencing children through volunteering at summer camps, teaching skiing to people with disabilities, providing free tutoring programs, and pioneering the hugely successful Master’s Mentorship Program. Despite his clear focus on the younger generation, Conrad is also heavily involved with senior members in society through his volunteering at Vancouver General Hospital, Point Grey Private Hospital, and the Gerard Raymond center. Conrad has been contributing to the YNOTFORTOTS Society for over three years, and in 2016 he founded UBC YNOTFORTOTS to expand the positive influence of this life-changing organization.