Marcella Morales-Lugo is the Litigation Paralegal at PN Lawyers, responsible for assisting our team of attorneys on cases, as well as helping to maintain smooth operations.
Marcella is also a devoted alumni member of The Young Women of Color Leadership Council of Advocates for Youth since 2012 to raise awareness about the need for HIV prevention efforts, the inclusion of young women of color in planning and implementing sex education programs, and to empower young people to get involved in advocacy efforts.
In addition to her role at Advocates for Youth, Marcella has been a key organizer in the Committee to Honor Puerto Rican Women on International Working Women’s Day, an annual event celebrating women who fight for the rights and freedoms of Puerto Ricans willingly with love and dedication. Marcella has donated her personal resources, time and talents to organize this annual event attended by hundreds of people. She is the youngest member of the group working with seasoned organizers and activists in the Puerto Rican community.
Marcella is a dedicated young woman who commits fully with devotion and drive. She is passionate about social justice issues and has a global understanding given her travels to Africa, the Caribbean and throughout the USA. In 2017, Marcella became a sister of the first multicultural sorority in the nation, Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority Incorporated, serving as president of The SUNY College at Old Westbury chapter from 2019-2021. Marcella is expected to graduate with a Bachelors of Arts in Media and Communications from The SUNY College at Old Westbury in 2022.