Angelique Santiago, MS/MA

Research Project Coordinator II, Collaboration for Research Equity, Sustainability, and Trust (CREST)

Angelique holds an MS in Global Health Policy Management and an MA in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence from The Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University. She also received a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Communication Arts and Sciences with a certificate in Engineering and Community Engagement from the Pennsylvania State University.

Her graduate research focused on understanding the lived experiences of both Afro-descended and Hispanic/Latinx individuals that interface with the U.S. Criminal Justice System through social identity theory. Specifically, she explored how their insight can inform changes to the U.S. healthcare system and health policy. Prior to Tufts CTSI, Angelique spent her free time exploring Reflective Structured Dialogue (RSD), Mediaiton, Circle keeping, and Narrative Medicine, all of which she is excited to apply to her role.