Jessica Tollette is a PhD Candidate in the department of Sociology at Harvard University where she focuses on race and immigration. Prior to entering graduate school, Jessica worked for two years a management consultant at the Monitor Group where she focused on marketing consulting and led the North American undergraduate diversity recruiting efforts for the firm. She received her bachelor’s of arts in communication with a minor in Hispanic studies from the University of Pennsylvania. She was also a Fulbright Scholar to Spain where she conducted her dissertation research on race and immigrant integration in Madrid. She was born and raised in Laguna Niguel California but has lived in Philadelphia, New York, Boston and currently resides in Madrid.
Updated May 2016
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