Hello, my name is Juan Lizarraga. I was born in Morgantown, West Virginia, in December 1995, and after a couple of years, I moved to Front Royal (Fro Ro), Virginia. If you have never heard of this place, there is a very good reason for that; being that there are not many, or for that matter, any attractions near Fro Ro. For those who may not know, Fro Ro is near the intersection of I-66 and I-81. If you have heard of Fro Ro, then you most likely know because you enjoy kayaking/rafting/tubing down the Shenandoah river. For all of my memorable life (ie: past age 5) I have lived in two houses and, temporarily in between the houses, in an apartment in Manassas, VA. I volunteered for a few years prior to coming to the University of Mary Washington (UMW) at Front Royal Fire and Rescue (aka: Warren County Station 1) as an attendant/EMR on the medic units. I am in the process of becoming certified as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). I received my high school education at Wakefield School, the one in the Plains, VA. (another location in the middle of absolute nowhere, or better known to me, as I-66 exit 31), where the average high school grade size was 30-35 people, and the entire school, pre school to 12, was around 420 students. I one day wish to become involved in the medical field, preferably as an ER doctor.