Four new members joined the Duke University Board of Trustees on July 1, university officials announced Friday.
Among the four new members is Sociology graduate, Kacia A. Anderson, a 2022 Duke graduate who studied sociology and chemistry.
Nominated by the Undergraduate Young Trustee Nominating Committee, Anderson, T’22, was a David M. Rubenstein Scholar and Questbridge Scholar and served as a peer mentor for the Rubenstein Scholars and DukeLIFE. A proud first-generation Jamaican-American, she focused her studies on health policy and inequities from a comparative lens. On campus she was involved in the Duke University Union, serving as executive vice president. She served on the Board of Trustees Undergraduate Education Committee in 2020-21 and participated in the board’s strategic education sessions in 2021-22. Anderson, an associate consultant at Bain and Company in Atlanta, will serve a two-year term. She will be an observer during her first year on the board and will have voting privileges in her second year.
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