Devontae Freeland

Devontae Freeland

Harvard Foundation Intern
Class of 2019
Devontae
Devontae Freeland was brought to equity and inclusivity work through the exploration of his identity at the nexus of Afro-American, queer, and middle-class communities in the Northeast. Devontae's specific interests lie in the ways in which social movements and student activism elicit progress through public policy changes. His work at the Foundation prioritizes planning programming that will encourage members of the greater community to confront intersectional systems through their academic study and action-based community dialogue. In addition, Devontae occasionally lectures and consults on programming and curricula at diversity conferences and youth organizations in greater New England. A Social Studies concentrator in Dunster House, Devontae hails from the great dtate of New Jersey and in his free time enjoys a freshly brewed café con leche and a plate of Garden State tiramisu.