This week’s Faces of PUC is senior Silvia M. Sosa. She is from our lovely town of Angwin and will be graduating with a BBA in Health Management. Silvia is passionate about healthcare, and as a kid, she wanted to become a doctor but later realized as she got older that she wanted to pursue medicine and business in college. We’re happy to have a dedicated student like Silvia and can’t wait to see her accept her diploma.
What is your dream job?
President of my own hospital or Director of a Neuro Department within Adventist Health.
How does that compare to what you wanted to be when you were young?
I’ve always wanted to be a doctor when I was younger, and it was not until later that I realized that medicine and business were two subjects I wanted to pursue in college.
What is your favorite thing about being a part of the Pioneers family?
My favorite thing about being part of the Pioneer family is just that, PUC is truly a family through and through. The people that you meet on campus are some of the sweetest and kindest people you will ever meet, people who become friends for life.
Where is your favorite place in the world?
My favorite place in the world is in my room, but New York is a close second 😉
If you had to be trapped in a movie for a day, what movie would you choose?
If I were trapped in a movie for a day, I would choose Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
What is something you are passionate about?
I am extremely passionate about healthcare and what the future holds in terms of our health and our way of life with our current climate.
Recommend a place to go in the Bay Area on a weekend
I highly, highly recommend you stop off by Marufuku Ramen in Japantown and get there early because it is so popular that lines will start to form around noon on a Tuesday afternoon. If you’re vegetarian, I recommend you get the Vegetable Ramen, and if you enjoy spice get the ‘Spicy’ heat level. To pair your ramen, spicy or not, enjoy it with a nice cold Matcha drink! Within the same building, head downstairs (of its location) and stop off to get some mochi donuts at Mochill Mochidonut. They have a variety of flavors to die for, not to mention they are delicious, so instead of just getting one, get a box of a dozen.