Sadé Abraham, HGSE

Sadé Abraham, HGSE

Sadé Abraham, HGSE

Sadé Abraham is a master candidate within the Mind, Brain & Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.Passionate about finding solutions to today’s most urgent problems, Sadé is currently investigating capital and economic mobility using socio-linguistics, cognition and education technology. Born in Trinidad & Tobago and raised in Queens, New York, Sadé world shifted completely when she said “yes” to what was supposed to have been a one year working engagement in the Middle East. Three years later, Sade has returned from Dubai greatly moved by her time abroad and (to the annoyance of her friends) is constantly reimagining new ways to fit her experience into seemingly unrelated conversation. Sadé holds a master’s from Rutgers University in Higher Education and an undergraduate degree in Psychology from SUNY College at Old Westbury. Upon graduation, Sadé intends to launch an ed-tech startup using virtual reality to address the real world problems of low income learners. In Sadé non-existent free time, she enjoys brunches, soca music, flirting with vegetarianism and unpacking the Myer-Briggs/Strengths-quest results of anyone that would allow