Edwin Serrano, MS. Ed
Edwin was born and raised in Los Angeles. He completed his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara and then moved to Miami, FL for two years to complete his Masters in Higher Education Administration from Florida International University. This is where his professional experience serving marginalized populations began while he supported LGBTQ+ students at FIU.
Edwin currently works as a Senior Resident Director at the University of California, Berkeley supporting students that live on-campus. He has over five years of working in higher education supporting first-generation, undocumented, international, women, queer, trans*, and students of color.
Edwin started working with Her Vaga Bound Roots in 2018, and strives to use his education, professional network, and privileges to better serve Black, Indigenous, and women of color. He believes HVBR represents the dreams and aspirations every older brother has for the women in their life.
Edwin would like to see this movement of educated + professional BIPOC womxn reach even the most rural parts of the U.S. He also hopes to one day see a *Champions Dinner* for scholarship recipients of The Her Vaga Bound Roots non-profit organization, in order to give more women the opportunity to reach their highest potential.