Meet Our New Interns!

Our team has expanded for the summer and we’re super excited!

We’d like to take this opportunity to introduce you to our newest team members. Make sure you keep a look out for future blog posts about their experiences as Corazón Latino team members. They’ll be helping push our mission forward — if you see them, be sure to say hello!


Mariana Boully Perez

Mariana is a rising junior at the University of Michigan majoring in Public Policy and minoring in History. Mariana is extremely passionate about social justice and civil rights, which is why on campus she serves on the executive board for social justice-oriented alternative spring breaks as well as her pre-law fraternity. Mariana is extremely excited to be working with Corazón Latino and interacting with her Latinx community at all the events we have.


Maria Trinidad Miguel (“Trini”)

Trini is a first generation Hispanic-American who is an upcoming senior studying public health at Nova Southeastern University. She is originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina and is now living in Florida. She has interned at a non-profit based in Washington D.C., Share Our Strength: No Kid Hungry, as a Youth Ambassador working from Florida. During this time she was able to work with community partnering organizations and gain interpersonal relationships with community officials, local congress, and community members. Trini also enjoys servicing her community; from packaging menstrual products for homeless students to hosting mental health awareness showcases in a local theater.


Saveri Nandigama

Saveri is a rising junior at the University of Michigan- Ann Arbor, majoring in Philosophy and Religion. She is extremely passionate about equity and inclusion and dedicates time towards organizations that serve that mission. On campus, she serves as Vice President of Development with Blueprints For Pangaea, a 501(c)(3) healthy equity and sustainability non-profit.