Arielle Black-Foley is a Project Coordinator for the Finance, Equity and Administration team at the Center on the Developing Child. In her role at the Center, Arielle supports the Center’s Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (EDIB) goals and initiatives. Working closely with the Director of EDIB Strategy and the expanded FEA team, Arielle supports with project/program development, coordination, and communications, conducts market research for projects, schedules and coordinates meeting logistics, manages the EDIB calendar and supports our ongoing collaborations with partners across HGSE, Harvard University and beyond.
Prior to joining the Center, Arielle worked in Continuing Education at Boston University. There, Arielle oversaw all logistical aspects related to training including but not limited to reviewing instructor proposals, coordinating program execution from conception to conclusion, and serving as the primary liaison between learners and trainers. In addition, she effectively managed a team of multiple students, ensuring a seamless and successful experience for all involved.
Arielle received her Bachelors in Cultural Anthropology with a minor in Community International Development from the University of Vermont, Burlington.