ANYSSA MOLINA is a fourth-year student majoring in Animal Science. After graduation, she hopes to continue her education in a graduate program to further study in the fields of wildlife biology and conservation. Anyssa currently holds several different positions on campus, besides serving as an Ambassador for the Richter Center. These include teaching Zumba as a Group Fitness Instructor as well as working as Facility Staff at the Student Recreation Center. Additionally, she serves as this year’s Student Coordinator for DOG DAYS: New Student Orientation. Furthermore, she interns as a Keeper for Project Survival’s Cat Haven and is a member of the Alpha Zeta – Cal Epsilon Honor’s Fraternity. During her spare time, she choreographs dances and performs with the Midnight Dance Team, a club that was first initiated on campus. Since she began at Fresno State, she devoted much of her time serving the community. She began as a member of Circle K International where she had the opportunity to participate in numerous service events with the club throughout the years. Beyond the club, she served as a tutor for elementary students for Every Neighborhood Partnership and actively volunteered with CCSPCA’s Animal Shelter and the Fresno Chaffee Zoo. She continues to draw her passion for service from her friends and peers she meets during her ongoing journey.