Nicolette is extremely passionate about achieving equality through the global empowerment of all people. She strives to understand the deep inequalities felt by all marginalized groups around the world in every aspect of their lives, and is driven to tackle complex global issues of inclusion to make real and meaningful changes.
She has sought out experiences in both the public and private sectors to reach members of the community who were facing adversity in many different areas of their lives, and hopes to continue to improve and increase available services for people around the world. Most recently in her previous role as an Administrative Support Specialist for the Lank Center for Genitourinary Oncology at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Nicolette provided academic and patient support for four oncologists.
Nicolette graduated from Boston University's Pardee School of Global Studies, where she enjoyed researching and writing about inequality, and received a Bachelor's Degree in International Relations. Her program of study focused on social, economic, and environment development in Latin America.