Sadé Abraham serves as an Academic Coach focused on STEM. Sadé recently completed her second master’s degree in cognitive neuroscience at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Sadé began her professional tenure at Harvard serving as the founding director of “FYRE” working with first-generation college students, those from low-to modest income backgrounds and those from high schools typically underrepresented in the Ivy League. Sadé has served as the Administrative Fellow for the Office of Diversity Education and Support and as the staff support to the College’s Race Relations Tutors & Proctor Program and as a First-Year Advisor.
Her experience ranges from founding the first residential college program in the Middle East at New York University to serving as a STEM advisor to undergraduate and graduate students at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Dubai.
Sadé is excited to continue here at Harvard dedicating her days to the intellectual transformation of Harvard students through her work at the ARC!