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Director of Youth Programming

 

Ketsia Saint-Armand is a recent graduate of Harvard University with an A.B. in Social Studies currently working in financial services. While at Harvard, Ketsia was active in the Haitian community, serving as President and Outreach Chair of the Harvard Haitian Alliance and Professional Development Coordinator of the National Haitian Student Association, working with the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau as a Haitian Creole translator, and hosting NAAHP’s 2014 conference in collaboration with the Black Law Student Association at Harvard Law School. In addition to direct community involvement, she made Haiti the focus of her studies throughout her undergraduate years and wrote her senior thesis on Haitian Diaspora Protestantism in Boston. Ketsia is passionate about public service and has directing numerous programs at the Philips Brooks House Association, the largest student-run service organization in the United States. Born in Haiti and raised in New York, Ketsia has been involved with NAAHP since 2014.