Enrique X. Lopez
Enrique joined the Berick Center for Student Advising in November 2015 as a graduate assistant before transitioning to his current role as program coordinator. He earned his B.A. in political science from Manhattanville College, and his M.A. in Latin American studies from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, where he was a Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) Scholar. His previous work experience includes a stint as a paralegal for a small immigration law firm, three Congressional internships, and Latino outreach efforts for various political campaigns in his hometown of Stamford, Connecticut.
Enrique is a tennis enthusiast and amateur salsa dancer, and specializes in the salsa caleña style native to Cali, Colombia. He is also a devoted fan of all things Disney and regularly vacations with his family in Disney World. An aspiring lawyer and film producer, Enrique finds inspiration in the speeches and writings of former President John F. Kennedy, a fellow New Englander who was a lifelong supporter and advocate of the arts.