Student Leadership Team
Lauren Lowe | Tutor Intern
Class of 2024 | Biology Major, Chemistry Minor, and Spanish for the Medical Professions Minor
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I joined Semillas de Unidad because I am very passionate about their mission and wanted to be a part of the amazing community this program fosters. I was involved in something very similar in high school that taught me so much about myself as a leader, a person, and the importance of highlighting every voice in our community. I am so excited to work with you all this year!
Anne Marie Moore | Chair, Publicity Committee
Class of 2025 | Sociology Major and Hispanic Studies Minor
I joined Semillas to find other people at UNC who wanted to learn Spanish and give back to the local community. Through tutoring and community outreach events, Semillas was the perfect club for me!
Justin Clyburn | Chair, Charlas Committee
Class of 2026 | Political Science Major, Hispanic Linguistics Major, and Translation and Interpretation Minor
I joined Semillas de Unidad to find a local community speaking and practicing Spanish while helping others. I'm excited to have found my home.
Somer Lillard | Chair, Charlas Committee
Class of 2024 | Computer Science Major and Biology Minor
I joined Semillas de Unidad because I was looking for a Spanish related organization on campus and was surprised by how friendly and active everyone in the club was! So I stayed :)
Andrea Hernandez-Garcia | Secretary
Class of 2024 | Biology Major, Medical Anthropology Major, and Chemistry Minor
I joined Semillas because I wanted to become a part of an organization that shared the same goals and interests as me! I wanted to have the opportunity to make an impact and give back to my Latinx community. :)
Lola Hooper | Chair, Fundraising Committee
Class of 2023 | Hispanic Linguistics Major and African, African American, and Diaspora Studies and Chemistry Minors
I joined Semillas because I was interested in tutoring and simultaneously helping to eliminate the language barrier that many Latinx students face. I eventually applied for fundraising because I was interested in the tangible outcomes that the money raised could provide.
Nicole Naranjo | Chair, Fundraising Committee
Class of 2026 | Global Studies and Pre-Business Major
I joined Semillas because I love volunteering and giving back, especially to the Latin community. Coming from a Latin background, I have always tried to get as involved in my community as I can, and Semillas was the perfect place to do so.
Caroline Prendiville | Treasurer
Class of 2023 | Business Major and Spanish for the Business Professions Minor
I joined Semillas because I wanted to continue growing in my Spanish studies with a group of passionate students and participate in volunteering events to support the Spanish speaking communities in the greater triangle area.
Jazlyn Dunn | Chair, Community Outreach
Class of 2026 | Neuroscience Major and Spanish for the Health Professions Minor
I joined Semillas because since high school I have been passionate about ensuring that underrepresented communities have equal opportunities for academic success. So, i joined Semillas after hearing about an opportunity to tutor students who many speak English as a second language.
Kailee Sullivan | Community Outreach Chair
Class of 2025 | Global Studies/Latin American Studies Major and Social and Economic Justice Minor
I joined SdU to improve my language skills and find a community of those who love Latin American culture/Spanish as well. I also love the idea of making an impact on local Latinx communities through out non-profit style of engagement as it aligns with my career goals.