Luis Narvaez (BA, '03, Latin American studies and Spanish) has worked as an admissions counselor for the Office of Admissions and Records and as an advisor for the Office of Minority Student Affairs (OMSA). He completed his master's degree in educational leadership at Northeastern Illinois University and is currently enrolled in a doctoral program at National Louis University while working as the project director for the Chicago Public Schools Office of Language and Cultural Education. During his undergraduate years, Luis was a Turner Fellow at the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, a participant in the LeaderShape Institute, the newsletter editor for La Casa Cultural Latina, and an OMSA East Spanish tutor. He is currently the chair of the Student Affairs Advisory Council and serves on the Chicago Advisory Council for the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, supporting college access for underrepresented students. He lives in Chicago's Little Italy neighborhood with his wife, Claudia, a graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago; his two boys, Luis Jr. and Isaiah; and their yorkie puppy, Skye. He enjoys putting both of his LAS majors to practice as they travel throughout Latin America.