Program Director, Fellow, Harvard University, Trinidad and Tobago
Sadé Abraham is a learning scientist and pipeline initiative strategist committed to supporting the underserved in our education pipeline.
Born in Trinidad & Tobago and raised in Queens, New York, Sadé recently completed her second masters in cognitive neuroscience at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and continues to serve at the university as a Presidential Fellow. Committed to finding solutions to today’s most urgent problems, Sadé’s research explores poverty, economic mobility and class through the lens of neurocognition, socio-linguistics and education.
Prior to Harvard, Sadé spent 5 years working in post-secondary education including 3 amazing years in Abu Dhabi and Dubai serving U.S. institutions in the Middle East instructing first year students and serving as an academic advisor. A firm believer the work of equity, diversity and inclusion, Sadé is passionate about creating a supportive, informative, and engaging experience that celebrates the intersectionality and nuance of identity. In Sadé non-existent free time, she enjoys brunches, soca music, flirting with vegetarianism and unpacking the Myer-Briggs/Strengths Quest results of anyone that would allow!