Albert Ramirez (he/him/his) is the Associate Director of the Georgetown Scholars Program (GSP), a Georgetown University initiative that supports undergraduates from low-income backgrounds who are the first in their family to attend college, and promotes access, equity, and inclusion in higher education. He has a dual degree in Economics and Environmental Studies from St. Louis University. Prior to joining GSP, Albert has held program and policy roles at organizations focused on leadership development, community organizing, and food and economic justice, including: the Congressional Hunger Center, the Center for Community Change, and Haley House in D.C., Seattle, and Boston. The son of Filipino immigrants, Albert is a proud Houston native and has lived in the DMV area for the last five years. He loves his wife Mary, his German Shepherd Bridgette, traveling, cooking, and playing music.