My name is Stephanie Brinez and I graduated from Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College at FAU in 2019 with a BS in Liberal Arts and Science with a concentration in Biology. I worked as a veterinary technician at animal shelters for a short time and although it was very rewarding, I realized I want to make bigger impact to animal wellbeing, mainly to endangered wildlife. While I was still studying, I did a study abroad in Thailand where I witnessed the hardships of the people trying to make a living and having to exploit elephants in order to do so. That was where I first learned about One Health and how in order to improve animal and environmental wellbeing, people must understand the relationship of everything as a whole. After graduating I did a fellowship at the Clinic for Rehabilitation of Wildlife which greatly expanded my love and knowledge of wildlife and encouraged me to pursue this program. When I am not saving animals, I like traveling, working out, playing ultimate frisbee, and going to the beach. I also have an adorable 10-year-old yorkie-poodle named Ginger that I love to cuddle.