Allemai is a junior in the School of Foreign Service from Baltimore County planning to major in International Politics. In addition to Hoya Saxa Weekend, she serves on the board as Freshman Representative for Black Student Alliance, a member of the B.R.A.V.E. planning committee (and would love to see everyone there!) and a body member of several other clubs on campus.
Anahi is a senior in the College studying Computer Science and Sociology. She grew up in Commerce City, Colorado, and claims that Colorado has the best mountains. She is also Undocumented. At Georgetown, you can find her listening to music and watching Star Wars non-stop. She has been part of Hoyas For Immigrants Rights, the Hoya Saxa Weekend Planning Committee, Multicultural Graduations Planning Committee, and the Kalmanovitz Initiative for the Labor and Working Poor. As an intern at CMEA, she hopes to continue helping students and fostering community on campus.
Malik is a senior in the College, majoring in anthropology and minoring in sociology. He is from Chicago, Illinois. On campus, Malik was previously a Coordinator for the After School Kids Program in the Center for Social Justice. Malik was also an RA for the Community Scholar Program Class of 2022. He is currently the Vice President of Operations for the Black Student Alliance. In his free time, he enjoys playing basketball and watching comedy. He is on-campus this semester, and he looks forward to finding ways to maintain community during COVID-19.
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Onrei is a senior in the College, double-majoring in art and sociology with a minor in film and media studies. He is from the city of San Diego, California, which he claims is home to the best Mexican food. His hobbies include art, venturing throughout D.C., and finding different restaurants to eat at. At Georgetown, he has previously served as a mentor in the Preparing to Excel Pre-Orientation Program as well as the Publicity Co-Chair for the Hoya Saxa Weekend Planning Committee. Currently, he is a Pack Leader in the GSP Peer Mentorship Program, a member of the leadership team for the Asian-Pacific Islander Leadership Forum, and the Director of Communications and Marketing for Club Filipino. He also works as an RHO Assistant for the New South RHO as well as a Tutor-Counselor with Howard University’s Upward Bound program. He wants to ensure that his peers are able to find and utilize resources such as CMEA for both academic and personal support. He wants students of all backgrounds, regardless of race, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status, to find their own unique way to thrive on the Georgetown campus.
Briana is a sophomore in the College. She was proudly born and raised in East Los Angeles and has Salvadoran heritage. She enjoys photography, coffee shop hunting, finding new music, and occasionally leaving the Georgetown bubble. At Georgetown, she is the wellness chair of the Latinx affinity group Hermanas, a dialogue facilitator with LEAD (Leaders in Education About Diversity), and a content creator for Georgetown Disruptive Tech. She also works as a barista and cashier at The Corp’s Uncommon Grounds. As an intern, she hopes to continue to uphold the supportive and loving community that the CMEA has fostered for the students on campus.
Briana Thomas is a senior in the College from Brooklyn, NY studying Sociology and Economics. On campus, she serves as the District Coordinator for the Georgetown Minority Pre Law Association, the Vice President of Georgetown University Women of Color, tutors for CSJ’s After School Kids Program, and currently works at the Center for Multicultural Equity and Access. Last spring, she was also on the Speakers Committee for the 2019 B.R.A.V.E. Summit Board. She is currently interning at the Office of Barack and Michelle Obama. Her interests include law, economic justice, and youth empowerment & education. In her free time, she loves to eat, dance, and socialize!