Wilson Llerena

Master's Candidate, Family Science
Campus: UMD | Building: School of Public Health | Room: 1142 SPH
Phone: 301-405-3672 |

Wilson A. Llerena is a second-year Couple and Family Therapy Masters student from Adelphi, MD. He completed his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Sociology at Salisbury University in 2014. During his undergraduate career, Wilson volunteered twice a week at the local elementary school tutoring children through his Sociology program, and spent the last 3 years of his undergraduate career mentoring incoming freshman at Salisbury University through the Office of Multicultural Student Services, helping them transition to the college environment. For his dedication to the program, Wilson was awarded The A.K. Talbot Leadership Award for his service to the student body. After graduation, Wilson worked with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the National Capital Area as the Program Coordinator for Prince George's County, MD for nearly 2 years before leaving to pursue his Masters at UMD. He enjoys singing, playing volleyball, and cheering on his Washington Redskins every Sunday after Church at noon. Growing up right around the corner from campus, Wilson has always wanted to be a Maryland Terrapin, and now his dream has become a reality.