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Amanda Pepper

Program Administrator

The Center for Humanities at Tufts and the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy would like to welcome Amanda Pepper as the new Program Administrator. Amanda is joining CHAT and CSRD after working for Harvard College, where she served as the Administrator of Cabot House. In this role, she managed student housing, events, financial operations and other administrative duties for the student population of Cabot House, part of the former Radcliffe College campus. Prior to that role, Amanda worked for the Leadership Initiative at Harvard Business School, where she supported professors and executive education programs who explored topics related to leadership or leadership development. The support included putting on conferences, developing content for executive education programs, assisting with training of training of executive education staff, program communications, and assistance with the publication of books related to leadership. Amanda holds a master’s degree in Public Policy and Public Administration (MPAA) from Northeastern University, and an undergraduate degree in History and English from Wellesley College. Amanda lives in Lincoln, Massachusetts with her rescue dog, Amelia. She enjoys swimming at Walden Pond, taking walks in the woods, and participating in town events.