La Casa Latina Residents 2023-2024

Anndy Serrano-Marcillo

He/Him CAS ’24

Anndy is a senior in the college majoring in Sociology and double minoring in Public Health and Medical Humanities, and is this years Resident Director of Casa Latina. Previously, Anndy was the Outreach coordinator for Casa, but he is eager to serve as this year’s Resident Director and get Casa going for the year. He calls the Bronx, NY home and was raised in a Ecuadorian-immigrant family household. At Georgetown, Anndy is involved with GSP as a student board member, is one of the founding members of the Health Equity Initiative, and was previously involved with Hoya Saxa Weekend as their Co-Chair and ESCAPE as their Community and Outreach Lead. 

Anndy is looking forward to helping make Casa Latina a home for students to use as a resource, and for Casa to hold many events for community building, dialogue, and professional development. He is always excited to connect with Latine students and is eager to serve and help every Latino student to call the Hilltop a home at Casa.

Kevin Moreno

He/Him CAS ’24

Kevin Moreno is a senior in the College majoring in English and is currently writing a thesis for the English Honors Program. He is this year’s Marketing Director for La Casa Latina. Kevin was born and raised in Miami, Florida after his parents emigrated from a small town in Nicaragua. He is also involved as President for Queer People of Color, social media intern for GSP, and a barista at Uncommon Grounds!

Kevin is looking forward to making La Casa Latina a space for other Latine students to find their community at Georgetown, since he didn’t get a chance to find that community during his online first-year at Georgetown. He believes that La Casa Latina isn’t just his home, but a home for anyone in need of an amigo

Jess Fernandez

She/They CAS ’26

Jess is a sophomore in the College of Arts & Sciences double majoring in Economics and Spanish. She serves as the Financial Coordinator for La Casa Latina. Jess calls Hanford, California home and identifies as Mexican-American. At the Georgetown University campus, she is the Treasurer for Ballet Folklórico Mexicano de Georgetown and a member of the Georgetown Renewable Energy and Environmental Network. Also, she is excited to be interning for California Senator Alex Padilla’s office this Fall semester and expand her understanding of what it means to serve one’s communities.

Jess is passionate about continuing to build an inclusive and welcoming community for Latine students at Georgetown while holding conversations about the factors that may shape and differentiate experiences. Overall, she is excited about collaborating with other organizations and staff to connect Latine students with potential new friends and mentors.

Daniela Velazquez

CAS ’24

Daniela is a senior in the College studying computer science with a minor in Government, serving as Outreach Coordinator for La Casa Latina this year. She is from McAllen, Texas with her family originating from Tamaulipas, Mexico. At Georgetown, she has been previously involved with Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlan, Hermanes, and is excited to put her efforts into the Student of Color Association this year! 

Daniela is excited for La Casa Latina to be used as a community space where Latine students can come in and interact with other students from similar backgrounds. Ultimately, finding a place for themselves at Georgetown.

Loren Vanegas

She/Her CAS ’24

Loren is the Dialouge Coordinator for Casa Latine this year, a senior in the College majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Sociology. She is originally from Medellin, Colombia, but was raised in Boston, Massachusetts. At Georgetown, Loren has been previously involved with Hermanes and Por Colombia. She is currently the Co-President and LLF representative of Color Stack.