Rose Albert earned a BA in Sociology and Anthropology with a minor in French at Salve and graduated from the School for International Training’s Graduate Institute with an MA in Intercultural Service and Leadership Management.
She holds a Masters from the School for International Training and a Bachelors of Science from Salve Regina University.
Rose is currently the Associate Director of the Multicultural Programs and Retention Office at Salve Regina University. In her current role, Rose advises the Multicultural Student Organization (MSO) and the Black Student Union (BSU). Rose Albert is a motivated and determined leader whose passion lies in the heart of service leadership, social justice, and community building. As a proud Haitian, Rose remains engaged with her country through her role as the President of a primary school in Haiti. L’Ecole Notre Dame de Fatima-Anbas-Morne, Jacmel is a school that the family built and opened in October 2008. The school focuses on furthering the students’ critical and analytical skills to become lifelong learners and further their participation as members of the global society. Rose is currently an alumna of the New Leaders Council 2021 Fellow in the Rhode Island Chapter. A graduate of the Institute for Nonprofit program in 2022, and an alumna of the inaugural class of the Rhode Island Foundation’s Equity Leadership Initiative.