Welcome, Guam Broncos!
Mailá Hålom Broncos!
James Perez Servino is a 2007 graduate of Santa Clara University. Born and raised in Southern California, James went to SCU where he attained a B.S. in political science and a B.A. in religious studies. While at SCU, he served as a community facilitator and assistant resident director for the Loyola Residential Learning Community and was the program coordinator for GASPED (Gays and Straights Promoting Education and Diversity) at SCCAP (Santa Clara Community Action Program). After graduation, James moved to Washington, D.C., where he spent nearly a decade working at the Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest civil rights organization working for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender equality.
His advocacy and fundraising work at HRC--where he worked with a number of Broncos, including former HRC Executive Director Elizabeth Birch--also brought him to Guam where he helped organize support for fully inclusive workplace protections and marriage equality. He recently moved to Guam and has served previously as chief of staff to Senator Nerissa B. Underwood and now Senator Régine Biscoe Lee.
In his spare time, James enjoys spending time with the extended family he did not get to grow up with on Guam, plays volleyball, hiking, and paddling.
James looks forward to organizing and supporting alumni as well as prospective and incoming Broncos and their families. Broncos on Guam are already helping our island as men and women of conscience, competence, and compassion. James looks forward to growing our SCU family, serving our island community, and supporting our University on a mission.