Ceylon Auguste-Nelson graduated from Harvard College with a degree in History and Literature, and a minor in African and African American studies. During her time in college she spent a number of years working for the Phillips Brooks House Association, a non-profit, student-run organization that provides youth programming, adult services, and homelessness services. She both taught and mentored in the youth programs and served on the management level of the organization.
Ceylon is interested in pursuing a career in public health, focusing on community health and social determinants of health.
At ICH, Ceylon’s projects include Agenda for Children, Birth to Third Grade, College Success Initiative, Baby U, Malden YRBS, Tri-City Anti-Gang Partnership, Community Health Improvement, and Massachusetts RIZE.