Research Assistant, The Disparities Solutions Center
Andrea Madu is a Research Assistant for the Disparities Solutions Center. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality from Harvard University. Prior to working with the DSC, she interned at the Harvard Center for AIDS Research developing a national survey to uncover the behaviors, stigmas, beliefs, and education surrounding HIV/AIDS within the black community. In 2011, Miss Madu also volunteered with Health Leads at Boston Medical Hospital, providing food, employment, education, and housing resources to low-income mothers in the nursery. As an undergrad, Miss Madu also both authored and edited personalized stories for children in orphanages around the world and taught lessons about the Civil Rights Movement in New York Charter Schools.