Where Are They Now: Danielle Boudrow ‘11

I have worked in a gender research center, the Women and Public Policy Program at the Harvard Kennedy School, since I graduated Wellesley in 2011. I’ve held three different positions during these five years; I started as the assistant to the executive director and am now a program coordinator. My primary responsibilities are organizing our women’s political campaign training program, From Harvard Square to the Oval Office, working with philanthropic supporters, and supporting the translation of research into public policy (with resources like our Gender Action Portal). In addition to my full time job, I’m also an elected executive board member of our staff union, the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers, an appointed member of the Cambridge Citizens Committee on Civic Unity, and an active volunteer with the Eastern MA Abortion Fund where I was a member of the board of directors for the past three years. This summer I took the first two courses of my Union Leadership and Administration Labor Studies Master’s Degree program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where I am studying to deepen my union involvement and advance the labor movement.

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