ALEJANDRA PRADO is a graduate student earning her M.A. in Higher Education, Administration, and Leadership (H.E.A.L.) Pathways, with the goal of working in student affairs.  Alejandra graduated from Fresno State last year earning dual degrees in Social Work and Chicano Studies. Alejandra has actively served the community by volunteering at The Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley, Every Neighborhood Partnership, and the Fresno Rescue Mission for Women and Children through her involvement in Alternative Break where she previously served as a team leader and PR & Marketing coordinator. Through her work at the Richter Center, she has been able to practice reflection of her volunteering opportunities. Returning for her second year as a Richter Center Ambassador, Alejandra is excited to continue to develop her skills and encourage students to be engaged in the community and learn from their service.