Assistant Dean of Intercultural Education, Director of Harambee House, and Advisor for Students of African Descent
Dr. Tracey Cameron is the assistant dean of intercultural education, director of Harambee House, and advisor to students of African descent. In these roles, she supports the efforts of the Office of Intercultural Education and oversees student success initiatives; manages the operations of Harambee House (the Black cultural center); supervises programming for the campus community; and serves as a resource and advocate for students of African descent.
Prior to coming to Wellesley, she worked as a graduate assistant in the Office of the Provost at Virginia Tech where she focused on various research initiatives relative to faculty diversity, recruitment, and retention. She also worked as a university administrator and adjunct faculty member at the Women’s College of Brenau University.
Dr. Cameron’s research interests include higher education work/life policy; higher education staffing practices; and the interesectionality of race, gender, and class and its impact on feminist/womanist identity development; and critical pedagogy.
She is a member of the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE), American Educational Research Association (AERA), American College Personnel Association (ACPA), and National Association for Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA).