Arlett Marquez
Assistant Director

Arlett Marquez

First-Gen, Undocumented, Low-Income Network
[email protected]
Pronouns She/Her

Born in Dominican Republic and raised in Lowell, Massachusetts, Arlett finds joy in building and sustaining equitable and justice-oriented communities within education. She is committed to serving historically marginalized communities and is excited to continue to work with Northeastern students, faculty, and staff with the Center for Intercultural Engagement.

Arlett graduated from Brandeis University with a Bachelor of Arts in African & African American Studies and Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies. Her background consists of research in Afro-Latinidad, immigrant populations in and outside of the U.S, and race, class, and gender studies. Some of her previous work includes being a research analyst at a Race, Equity, and Education Lab at Brandeis University, an LGBTQ+ Student Support intern with Boston Public Schools, and Success Coordinator with the Student Support Initiative at Northeastern University. Arlett is also working towards her Masters at Northeastern in Global Studies and International Relations. In her free time, she enjoys reading, a good thriller mini-series, and spending time with loved ones. Inspired by her upbringing and community, her personal experiences are closely intertwined with her research and work interests.

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