Luis M. Mostacero (PACCLI DIRECTOR, CULTURAL ARTS, AND MUSIC)
Luis M. Mostacero has played various roles that have influenced community
members in a positive way.
He was born in Peru and came to the United States in 2000, when he was
17 years old. He graduated from Farmingdale High School in 2001. Luis
attended Nassau Community College where he received an Associate’s
Degree in Media and then transferred to Hunter College where he graduated
with a Bachelor’s Degree in Media Studies.
He started working as a reporter for the weekly Hispanic publication, Noticia
in 2004, then as a local editor for the same paper and is now working as the
online editor for noticiali.com.
As a reporter, he has been informing the Hispanic community on Long Island
about current issues that they need to be aware of in order to make important
decisions in their lives.
He also works for Long Island Wins, a communication organization that
advocates for immigrant rights and highlights the contributions of immigrants
on Long Island. He is also the Director of Estampas Folkloricas Peru, a
Peruvian folklore dance organization that diffuses Peruvian culture through
dance performances on Long Island, New York City and other States. As a
teacher, choreographer and performer for a Peruvian cultural organization, he
has helped his students -some of Peruvian decent and some immigrants- to
discover their identity and make it stronger. He founded this organization along
with his parents and siblings. Finally, he owns his own video production
company, LM Productions.