La Casa Latina Residents 2022-2023

Kevin Villafranca, MSB ’23

Kevin is a senior in the Mcdonough School of Business double majoring in Finance and Marketing. Kevin is originally from Brownsville, TX which is just along the southern border of the U.S. He is currently the Resident Director of Casa Latina supervising administrative and logistical aspects of the house, and maintains the Casa Latina budget. Outside of Casa Kevin has been involved in several organizations including, DC Schools Project, Hoya Saxa Weekend, PwC’s Smart Start, and is a co-founder of Georgetown’s first minority student owned investment fund in BlackGen Capital. He is also a fellow GSPer and CSPer ! During his free time he enjoys playing basketball, playing video games, and hanging with friends.

Briana Valle, COL ’23

Briana is a senior in the college majoring in Psychology and minoring in disability studies and cognitive science. They are from El Monte, California and miss the food! Briana loves to chismear, astrology, and looks forward to creating an inclusive community at Casa!

Briana is the current Marketing director for La Casa Latina that creates graphics for events, manages social media, and marketing. Outside of Casa, Briana works at the Disability Culture Initiative as their website creator and marketing intern at Cawley Career Center. She is also a research assistant in child development at the psychology department with the Early Learning Project.

Eric Perez, COL ’23

Eric is a senior in the College majoring in sociology and minoring in education! Eric is originally from East Palo Alto, CA. They are the current dialogues coordinator for La Casa Latina, as well as a barista at Uncommon Grounds 🙂 In the past, they have worked as Vice Speaker for the 15th GUSA Senate, Co-Chair of the Restructure Committee, and have advocated for free, stable housing for marginalized and otherwise vulnerable students in our community. Outside of their organizing work, Eric is an artist, DJ, astrologer, and psychic, as well as a proud GSPer. They hope to later earn a masters degree in international education and teach abroad for a time before returning to the Bay Area. 

Anndy Serrano-Marcillo

Anndy is a junior in the college majoring in Sociology and double minoring in public health and medical humanities. He is originally from the Bronx in NYC and comes from two immigrant parents who are from Ambato, Ecuador who immigrated to the U.S. 21 years ago. He is currently the community outreach director for La Casa Latina, in charge of outreaching and keeping in touch with different communities at Georgetown as well as making sure to make Casa Latina as inclusive as possible for all Latine students. 

Along with Casa, he is also involved with ESCAPE as their community and outreach lead, Queer People of Color (QPOC), the Hoya Saxa weekend committee, Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Georgetown (BFMG), and he is restarting the Minority Health Initiative Council (MHIC) with other students. Outside of Georgetown, he is currently interning at the Executive Office of the President as their public health intern for the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Anndy is passionate about helping first year students feel welcomed and included in spaces at Georgetown, and he is more than willing to help first years with anything in order to see them thrive and succeed for their next 4 years at the Hilltop.