Myroslava Fisun is a freshman in the College of Natural Resources at UC Berkeley majoring in Society and Environment. Growing up in the Bay Area right along San Francisco Bay, the water has always been a large part of her life and this has inspired her interest in environmental and climate issues. In high school, she served as Hub Coordinator for the Sunrise Movement, interned with the UC Center for Climate Justice, and served on EarthEcho’s Youth Leadership Council. In addition to serving as a Water Challenge Ambassador, she also volunteers as a docent at the Aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco, interns with Community Resources for Science and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and serves on her city’s Climate Action Committee where she is developing a climate literacy curriculum. Outside of her environmental advocacy work, Myroslava enjoys coaching ice skating at her local rink, taking hikes, and spending time in and by the water. She believes strongly in Jacques Cousteau’s axiom that people protect what they love and they love what they understand. As a Water Challenge Ambassador, she hopes to collaborate with others to help protect and restore our waters.