Here are the Executive Officers serving for the academic year of 2016-2017 Talk About "Grrl" Power!
2016-2017 Executive Officers
Jasmin Perez is a biology major pursuing a career in veterinary medicine. She is interested in the small animal field, but has been captivated by animal prosthetics. In the future, she plans to open her own practice or establish a rescue foundation. She currently has three dogs (Rocky, Chata and Spikey) and 3 birds (Chico, Lulu and Phoebe). She has volunteered at Rancho Las Lomas where she fed the exotic animals and is currently volunteering at Yorba Lake Pet Clinic where she has gained a lot of experience with handling animals, drawing blood, prepping for surgery and lots of other fun stuff. When she is not at school or at the clinic, she helps her parents run their family business. Her hobbies consist of watching Netflix, shopping and playing with her dogs. If you have any questions/concerns please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Katherine Ortiz, is a third year transfer student majoring in Biological Science with a concentration in Cell and Developmental Biology. Kat is currently working in a small animal veterinary practice, where she previously volunteered for two years. She has dedicated her life to making this world a better place for all animals. Kat plans to own her own small animal veterinary practice as well run a senior animal rescue non-profit.Hopefully, club members will gain insight into the veterinary medical field and will be inspired to continue our animal support community on campus. If you have any questions for her please contact her at email@example.com
Julie Tran is currently an undergraduate student at California State University, Fullerton majoring in Biological Science. She does not have a clear path yet but she hopes to be able to work with animals in the future. In the past, she has cared for a variety of animals that ranged from aquatic animals to common household pets such as, dogs, rabbits, birds and sometimes occasionally sick or injured birds or cats. As of currently, she owns a dog, a parakeet, two chickens and a variety of fish. She currently volunteers at Rancho Las Lomas. She hopes to expand her knowledge in the veterinary field and practices. On her spare times, she gets absorbed in her hobbies such as baking, reading, and sleeping. Who would pass up extra hours of sleep.
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Sarah Padget is a 2nd year transfer student majoring in Biology. She has two dogs, three cats, a lizard, bunny, and a fish, all of whom inspire her to pursue her dreams of becoming a veterinarian. When she was younger, she wanted to be a vet because she loved animals and she wanted to be around them all of the time. However, it wasn't until two years ago that she took action to pursue those dreams. She moved to Washington State University, where they had a pre-veterinary program and a veterinary school, all on campus. Last summer, she got her first internship in Ohio, where she shadowed a large and small animal veterinarian. They got to go on farm calls and perform surgeries on cats and dogs. Her mentor also had connections through the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and gave her an opportunity to shadow the head veterinarian and veterinary technician. After that experience, she realized that she would like to work at a zoo one day and treat a wide variety of animals. If you have any questions for her please contact her at email@example.com
Social Chair/ICC Representative
Leslie Barron, her aspiration is to become the best marine veterinarian known to man. Being a part of the CSUF Pre-Veterinary Club has helped her learn about the pathway to becoming a veterinarian. This year she plans to give our members the ability to learn about a variety of veterinary fields there are in the world, and to decide which one they would love to do. Not to mention having the best fundraisers and events for our members to bond with one another and help the club for the future. She hopes you decide to join our club because it will be a great experience. If you have any questions for her please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Llerania Chavez, is a second year student pursuing a biology major at CSUF. Her goal is to become a veterinarian or zoologist in order to help animals and provide them with care they need. She hopes to open an animal shelter for abuse, rescued, and abandon animals. She currently has one dog named Peanut, who is 10 years old, and has raised him since he was a puppy. Her hobbies include running, hiking, and hanging out with her family and of course her dog. If you have any questions for her please contact her at email@example.com
Angelique Nguyen, is a second year majoring in Biology who is minoring in Japanese. She absolutely adores animals where she owns five adorable dogs and three tortoises to prove it! She is super excited to be the ICC Representative this year and will do her best to represent our beloved club. If you have any questions for her please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Webmaster/Outreach Program Coordinator
Priscilla Gallego is an undergraduate majoring in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology with a minor in chemistry. Her dream had always been to become a veterinarian since animals have always been there for her with their unconditional love that she wanted to give back to them by making a career out of it. She wants to help every type of animal that walks, crawls, swims, slithers, and flies into her clinic where no animal is ever turn away from health care. Currently, she has two rambunctious dogs, Puppers and Presley, mother and daughter respectfully, and a cat named Kitters, who loves to cuddle even if she says otherwise. If you have any questions please contact her at email@example.com
Dr. Peter de Lijser had hoped to work at an institution that would allow him to engage in both research and teaching. California State University, Fullerton was one such candidate. He immediate became involved in teaching as soon as he started graduate school and cemented a passion for it. Dr. De Lijser strives to improve as a mentor and educator. Dr. De Lijser came from the Netherlands and pursued a Ph.D in Canada before moving to the US. He loves playing hockey, traveling, building models, eating Italian and Mexican food, and wine tasting. He and his wife currently live in Orange County and have two cats, Topher and Tigger. If you have any questions, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org