Lilian Castillo de Hutchinson
Lilian Castillo de Hutchinson has been a member of the Loomis Chaffee community since 2003. Originally from Honduras, Central America, she was afforded the opportunity to live with her aunt and uncle in Northern Virginia and continued her secondary education. Lilian holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations with a concentration in Latin American Civilizations from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and is currently completing graduate work in Spanish Language and Culture from the Universidad de Salamanca, in Salamanca Spain.
Lilian has lived in various countries and has travel extensively throughout the world. Her passion for cultures and their history and stories brings an invaluable experience to her position as Director of Student Operations and co-advisor to PRISM (People Rising in Support of Multiculturalism), Loomis's student multicultural organization.
She continues her work with students in promoting understanding and inclusion throughout the community through events and activities that enhance the learning of social justice and diversity. Lilian is a member of the Modern and Classical Languages Department, a dorm affiliate in Cutler Hall, and is Head Girls Track and Field Coach.