Patricia Lorenzo-Landaeta ‘21
Patricia was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela. She moved to the United States after graduating High School to study English at Boston University. In 2017 graduated with an Associate's Degree in Global Studies from Middlesex Community College, Bedford, MA. She continued her path obtaining professional experience in Barcelona, Spain, at the Venezuelan Consulate, then decided to enroll at St. Francis College to finish her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. She finished her Political Science degree with a minor in History in 2021 and moved back to Boston, MA, to continue her professional career.
While in St. Francis, Patricia was part of the Model of United Nations Club, first as vice president and then as president of the club. Patricia participated and joined the MUN Club at Harvard’s Model of United Nations Conference in Boston, MA, and the University of Pennsylvania Model of United Nations Conference in Philadelphia, PA. Furthermore, during her entire experience at St. Francis College, Patricia worked in the Special Events office joining many events and helping students engage at school.
After graduating and moving to Boston, Patricia worked as a social worker with Southwest Key Programs advocating and supporting immigrant minors that had crossed the American border. Today, Patricia is a Lab technician in the Biomedical industry with Boston Lab Services at Prime Medicine’s chemical laboratory.