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Abrielle De Veaux

Psychology, BS
Africana Studies minor
Behavioral Neuroscience minor

Graduating in 2024

Abrielle De Veaux was drawn to Northeastern because of the co-op opportunities and the university’s reputation for efforts to prioritize Black voices. In the present and future, Abrielle seeks to advocate for intersectional practices in psychology so everybody can access support during difficult times now and in the future.

Abrielle’s Path

“It is one of the greatest misconceptions in academic spaces that Africana studies degrees don’t hold much weight. These programs are worthwhile, particularly for non-Black individuals, because they allow you to see outside of yourself and glimpse into the lives of other people and communities.” 

Abrielle knows that her career path will uplift and strengthen the Black community. Her career interests are neuropsychology, cognitive decline, psychotherapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy.

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