The Black House Residents 2022-2023
Alyssia Thomas, COL ’24
Alyssia is a junior from sunny Phoenix, Arizona! They are in the College majoring in Sociology and minoring in Computer Sciences. Alyssia is the Residential Director and financial operations coordinator of Black House, supervising the administrative and logistical aspects of the house. Outside of Black House, some of the things they are involved in are H*yas for Choice, QPOC, the Minority Pre-Law Association, BSA, Georgetown Scholars Program (GSP), Peer Advising with the College Dean’s Office, and Hoya Saxa Weekend. Alyssia loves all things art, exploring, and strategies! They are very outgoing and love to meet new people, with hopes that they can build stronger communities here at Georgetown!
Deborah Wey, SFS ’24
Deborah is a junior from Charlotte, NC in the SFS majoring in Culture & Politics with minors in Spanish and African Studies. She is the Communications and Marketing Coordinator, as well as the House Historian, managing the social media accounts and promoting graphics, as well as compiling a timeline of the history of Black House and creating a House scrapbook! Outside of Black House, she is involved in Jumpstart, Maker Hub, H*yas for Choice, Georgetown Workers’ Rights Coalition, Women’s Frisbee Team, QPOC, MPLA, and other communal/cultural clubs relating to her identity as a low-income Nigerian-American. Deborah loves making and listening to music, sewing, watching movies, and meeting new people on campus!
Mia Johnson, MSB ’24
Mia is a junior in the MSB majoring in Business Management and minoring in Sociology through the College. She is the Dialogue Coordinator for Black House and also acts as the Alumni Relations Coordinator, and works setting up community and educational events, as well as maintaining relations with alumni who have been involved with Black House in the past. Outside of Black House, she is also working as an Accessibility Assistant with University Information Systems, on the board for Georgetown’s NAACP chapter, and a volunteer coordinator for the After School Kids program through the CSJ. She also maintains active membership in the Georgetown Scholars Program and the Blue & Gray Tour Guide Society. Mia loves singing any kind of music and watching anything that makes her laugh. She is from Charlotte, North Carolina and loves spending time with her beautiful friends and family, as well as meeting new people on Georgetown’s campus!