Daniel Asyn is a Fellow of the Hispanic Access Foundation working under groups like the FWC (Fish and Wildlife Commission), and NWR (National Wildlife Refuge) on the mitigation of impacts from global warming and its effects on wildlife refuges in South Carolina. Daniel has had the opportunity to work in a variety of spaces from production labs to working on field sites. With a mentality of dedication and perseverance, taught to him at an early age through martial arts, Daniel believes with a little teamwork and effort nothing is too big or difficult to handle. Aside from a good gaming session, you can also find Daniel out in the park with his dog or in the gym training.
Intern Year(s): 2022
Location: Santee NWR
Program: Civilian Climate Corps Program (CCC)
Agency: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service