Latin@ Coalition

The Latin@ Coalition promotes and advances the agenda of Latin@ students at the University of Pennsylvania through collaboration with the University's policy making bodies.


In 1996, a group of conscientious Latin@ students realized that they should take decisive action. Latin@s at the University of Pennsylvania were and are grossly underrepresented at all levels: students, faculty, and administrators. To develop a unified voice and a comprehensive strategy to deal with under-representation, we formed a coalition of five Latino student organizations. We, the Latin@ Coalition, now consist of 24 groups. These organizations have missions that range from cultural, professional, honor, arts, and social.

the 2016 Latin@ Coalition Executive Board


Co-Chair of internal


Bianca Molina

Co-Chair Internal

Hometown: Freeport, NY


Quote: "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." - Eleanor Roosevelt

Co-Chair of external


Ramon Garcia Gomez

Co-Chair External

Hometown: San Jose, CA


"Si quieres el perro acepta las pulgas"

Chair of Admissions


Carol Sandoval

Chair of Admissions

Hometown: McFarland, CA


"I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things." -Mother Teresa

Chair of Finance


Ivan Sanchez

Chair of Finance

Hometown: Atlanta, Ga


"Action is the foundational key to all success." -Pablo Picasso 

Chair of programming


Agustin jaimes moreno

Programming Coordinator

Hometown: San Jose, CA


"Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet" - Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Chair of operations


Alba Disla

Chair of Operations 

Hometown: Lawrence, MA


"Your excellence will show through you." - Junot Diaz

LC Funding Application 

Sister 5B Umbrella Organizations

featured Student Organizations

Asian Pacific Student Coalition (APSC)

Lambda Alliance


United Minorities Council (UMC)

Student Activities Council (SAC)

Student Government

Performing Arts Council

Caribbean-American Student Association

Penn for Immigrant Rights

Natives @ Penn