Hermanos Mentorship Program

The Hermanos Program is one of the cornerstones that keeps our community strong, the heart of Alianza Latina: our very own mentorship program. The Hermanos program pairs interested freshman with an upperclassman, who serves as a mentor and friend providing guidance and involving their Hermanito or Hermanita in the AL community. The Hermanos Committee hosts several social events in the Fall to introduce the new Freshman to the AL community before they are eventually paired with a mentor in the Spring semester. Hermanos members enjoy more free or low cost social events, professional training, and even get to know Boston through service to the community.

The Hermanos Committee

The Hermanos Committee is charged with fostering relationships between newly arrived Freshmen and the existing Latinx community at BU through service to Boston. The Committee is responsible for reaching out to community partners, and planning both our community service and Hermanos social calendars. The committee members are open to any questions you may have! Feel free to chat them up at the next AL event and be sure to read more about the Hermanos Committee Members below.

Isabella Moros

Community Outreach Director

Hi!! My name is Isabella Moros Camargo :) I am a Junior in the College of Arts and Sciences with a major in Psychology and a minor in Public Health. I’m from Merida, Venezuela and moved to Brookline Massachusetts during middle school. I am so honored to be the Community Outreach Director and being in charge of the Hermanos Program, as the program allowed me to make long life friends and find my family in Alianza. I am so excited to help all of you find your own family and have a great time. I’m so happy to meet you all and am looking forward to what this year will bring! 

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Daniella Magana

Hello my name is Daniella Magana and I am a junior in Sargent studying Health Science with a minor in Public Policy Analysis in CAS. My family is from El Salvador but I have lived in Rhode Island my whole life. Hermanos has given me the opportunity to meet amazing friends and feel a sense of comfort away from home. This same experience is something that I hope you are able to feel as well! I look forward to making new memories and meeting all of you in person especially after being locked in for so long!

Dora Granera

Holaa!! My name is Dora Granera and I am a sophomore in CAS studying International Relations. My parents are from Guatemala and Nicaragua, making me half nicoya and chapina jaja xD I am super excited to be a part of the Hermanos Committee because ever since I joined AL, I just felt an instant connection to the community. I felt reassurance, comedic relief, and unity. Because of this, I felt a need to stay involved in the club, and this means helping plan events that will help bring a smile to our faces and make our cheeks hurt.  I am looking forward to meeting everyone and creating new bonds! 

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Chelsea Sibri

Hello! My name is Chelsea Sibri and I am a Junior majoring in Health Science in Sargent College and minoring in Public Policy in CAS. I am originally from Queens, NY but my entire family is from Ecuador. I am very proud to be part of the Hermanos committee this year and am looking forward to making this year super fun and engaging for the Alianza Latina community. I know that Alianza Latina has given me many memories and allowed me to make many friends and I hope I can help create a similar experience for new and old members!

Bella Ferreira 

Hello :)) I’m Bella and I’m a Junior in COM studying public relations. Hermanos has given me the opportunity to branch out and make new genuine connections in the midst of not only transferring schools this past semester but also during the pandemic! I’m so grateful to have found a community like this, and I look forward to making the best of this experience!! 

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