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Ashley Armand

Admissions Assistant


  • Bachelor’s of Science in Sociology

What are the brief specifics of your educational/career background?

I hold a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Sociology with a minor in Theoretical and Applied Ethics. I spent the majority of my educational career as a researcher for professors both at my Alma Mater and at a partner university through selective grants. Presently, I’m a graduate student at Northeastern pursuing a Masters in Public Policy. In the nonprofit sector, I worked with several institutions on policy issues in the immigration and human rights arena. Through this, I’ve gained the ability to advocate, and build relationships. I’m thrilled to be continuing with the skills I’ve acquired as a professional in higher education.

What’s the most compelling thing to you about the research/work that goes on at the College?

I admire the college’s commitment to diversity, and their ability to build comprehensive programs that create a lasting impact in the field. I’m proud to be a member of CCIS and watch how the research/work of the college continues to infiltrate our daily lives and world, in remarkable ways.

Where did you grow up/spend the most defining years of your child/young adulthood?

I was born and raised in Brookline, Massachusetts. I’ve also had the privilege of spending most of my defining years on the beautiful island of Haiti.