Student Interns


Kimberly Nguyen (She/Her/Hers)

COL ’24

Major: Government

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

In my community I was involved in advocacy work around criminal justice reform and renters rights for low income families. Finally being on campus, I am excited to merge my education and passions to continue my efforts advocating for marginalized groups.


Giancarlos Caba (He/Him/His)

MSB ’24

Major: Finance

Hometown: Reading, PA

I am looking forward to getting more involved in the Georgetown Community.


Bilquisu Abdullah (She/Her/Hers)

COL ’25

Bilquisu aka Billie is a Sophomore in the College studying Women and Gender Studies with a Medical Humanities minor, on the Pre-Med Track. She is also involved with Bossier Magazine, H*yas For Choice, and YLEAD. If you ever need anything, feel free to reach out. She is a huge coffee enthusiast and jumps at any chance to have a café chat!


Aminata Touray

COL ’24

Major: African American Studies

Hometown: Newark, NJ

My name is Aminata and I am currently studying African American Studies with a possible major in English! In my time at Georgetown, I have been involved in things such as Georgetown Women in Leadership, the Georgetown LGBTQ+ Center, and the Center for Student Engagement. My ultimate goal is to assist marginalized communities in building generational success for themselves through resources and community. I look forward to continuing with the CMEA and all it has to offer!


Zayn Bhimani

SFS ’26

Major: International Political Economics

Hometown: Vancouver, Canada

My name is Zayn Bhimani. I am from Vancouver, Canada and Dallas, Texas, but have lived abroad as well in Dubai, UAE. I am a current freshman in the SFS with plans to study International Political Economics. I am passionate about social justice issues and climate activism.


Sophia Monsalvo (She/They)

SFS ’26

Major: Science, Technology, and International Affairs

Hometown: Laurel, Maryland

Sophia Monsalvo is a freshman in the SFS studying Science, Technology, and International Affairs. Sophia began her work with the CMEA as a Community Scholar of the Class of 2026. Originally from Laurel, Maryland, Sophia enjoys gardening and picnics! Aside from participating in Nomadic Theatre and the Black Theatre Ensemble at Georgetown, Sophia has a passion for advocating for climate awareness and immigrant rights.