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Carlande Nicolas

MS in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Graduated in 2019

Carlande Nicolas is a former graduate student who received her Masters of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice. She is a first generation Haitian-American, who was born in the Bronx. Carlande went to boarding school at The Taft School in Connecticut and graduated from Boston College with a BA in Linguistics. Her interests lie in human trafficking (especially the commercial sexual exploitation of children), race and crime, and criminal justice policy. Prior to joining the Violence and Justice Research Lab within the Institute on Race and Justice, Carlande worked at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. She has also done research on Somali Bantu and Bhutanese child refugees at the Boston College Research Program on Child and Adversity.

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