Welcome to the Princeton Association of New England - An Evening with Councilor Andrea Campbell '04 on March 5

 
   

An Evening with Councilor Andrea Campbell '04 on March 5

Anti-Defamation League Breaking Barriers Event at ADL offices, 40 Court St, with light appetizers and soft drinks, 6:00 to 7:30. Note new location.

Register by March 4

 
 
 
 
Andrea Joy Campbell was first elected as the District 4 Boston City Councilor on November 3, 2015, representing primarily the neighborhoods of Dorchester and Mattapan, as well as parts of Roslindale and Jamaica Plain.

On January 1, 2018, at the start of her second term, Councilor Campbell was unanimously elected Boston City Council President by her colleagues. She is the first African-American woman to serve in this role. 

Born and raised in Boston, and educated in all Boston Public Schools, including Boston Latin School, Councilor Campbell went on to graduate from Princeton University and UCLA Law School. She began her career at a nonprofit in Roxbury, providing free legal services to students and their parents on education matters, including school discipline and special education needs. She has worked as legal counsel in both the public and private sectors, and before embarking on her run for City Council, served as deputy legal counsel for Governor Deval Patrick. 



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