Julio Reyes '12 is the Program Director for the Undocumented, First-Generation College, and Low-Income Student Center (U-FLi Center) and works closely with the campus departments to provide holistic, co-curricular, and community support for U-FLi students that enables them to thrive inside and outside of the classroom.
He has professional experience in student advocacy, program development, and social justice training. Julio previously worked at Oberlin College and Conservatory, where he was a campus leader in three key roles: Program Director for Undocumented Student Initiatives, Assistant Director of Student Outreach and Success, and Latinx Student Life Coordinator for the Multicultural Resource Center. Before Oberlin, he worked as a College Adviser at Dr. Jorge Alvarez High School in Providence.
As an undergraduate student at Brown, Julio was a student leader and activist at the Brown Center for Students of Color (then Third World Center). His leadership positions included: Latinx Heritage Series Programmer, Latinx Student Initiative Programmer; and MPC Friend. After successfully navigating Brown as a first-generation, low-income student of color, he continued to serve the community as a board member of the Brown University Latino Alumni Council (BULAC). Julio was born in Los Angeles, CA and raised in El Paso, TX and Hialeah, FL.