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Alyssa Warren, Year 6 student – GIS Spotlight | Blog

Alyssa Warren loves animals and that’s not just cats and dogs but also snakes, butterflies, turtles and more, you name it. She is one of the 10 finalists of the Wildlife Heroes programme organised by Sunway this year. In the year-long programme, Alyssa will work with other finalists to learn about wildlife and nature and explore ways to raise awareness of animal and environment conservation.




Tell us about your passion. 
My passion is to do art and write short stories.

What do you aspire to be when you grow up?
I aspire to be a well known author or artist.

Share with us your biggest/proudest achievement in life so far.
I would have to say my biggest achievement was doing the Wildlife Heroes.

What makes you happy? 
Being with my friends and doodling/drawing.

What does GIS offer to bring out the best in you?
GIS offers to bring out the talents that I never knew that I could gain.

What is the best part of studying in GIS?
The best part in studying at GIS is learning new things and meeting new people, whether they are staff or pupils.

Describe GIS in three words.
Fun, Educational and Supportive.

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