Senior Associate for Youth Programs, Rhode-Island for Community and Justice
Rose Albert graduated from Salve Regina University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Anthropology with a minor in French. She graduated from SIT Graduate Institute with a Master of Arts in Intercultural Service and Leadership Management. As a member of the steering committee, Rose assisted in creating the First NAACP chapter in Southern Vermont. Rose Albert served as the First Vice President of the NAACP Windham County Branch in Vermont 2018-2020. Rose anticipates being a Ph.D. candidate. Currently, Rose is the Assistant Director of Salve Regina University's Multicultural Programs and Retention Office and works with Rhode-Island for Community and Justice (RICJ) part-time to run the Youth Programs. Rose Albert is a motivated and determined leader whose passion lies in the heart of service leadership, social justice, and community building. An enthusiastic and organized woman dedicated to working collaboratively and independently in different settings. Her greatest strength lies in her love for language and curiosity to create adventures with friends and family. As a creative and innovative thinker, Rose is always looking for new ways to improve life experiences for herself and the communities that she serves. Her work throughout the New England region has prepared her to lead. As a Diversity Facilitator, Rose provides training in her community around cultural competence, anti-racism, and allyship training, to name a few. She intentionally returned to Rhode Island to work with RICJ and the Salve Community to help make a change in the community that built her and is now the representation she craved when she was a teenager. Rose hopes to be a role model for the students that she serves and encourage them to be champions of equity in their communities.