Sociology Graduate, Kacia Anderson, Named to the Duke Board of Trustees

Kacia Andersoon

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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