Lynhea Anicete majors in Biochemistry with a Focus in Cell Biology and Global Health. She believes that Global Health provides human insight into the health of a community, because, they are more than cells and chemistry. She strives to become a medical doctor, more specifically a Family Care Physician, in order to improve the health of communities she's called home. She is interested in the way politics, housing, and environment affect the health of a community. When she's not studying, reading, bowling, watching movies, cooking, eating, or playing badminton, you can find her leading a student organization called Flying Samaritans at UCSD which provides free healthcare to the underserved community of Chapultepec, Ensenada, in BCN Mexico. Additionally, she volunteers for Palomar Medical Center through the Pathmaker Internship. Finally, she is thankful that this internship gave her the opportunity to collaborate with students and administrators of different majors, experiences, and backgrounds.