Short Bio

Allegra Fletcher is an Afro Caribbean Latina artist, educator, scholar and community cultivator. She centers the experiences and perspectives of marginalized peoples in all of her work, promoting equity between persons, across communities, and within institutions. Allegra holds her BA from Bryn Mawr College, her EdM from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and is currently a Masters of Theology student at Boston University School of Theology. You can find her article, “The Art of Belonging: Exploring the Impact of the Garífuna on Honduran Culture and Identity”, published through Palgrave Macmillan in December 2021. You can follow her artistic journey on Instagram: @allegrafletcher

Long Bio

Allegra Fletcher is an Afro Caribbean Latina artist, educator, scholar and community cultivator. She centers the experiences and perspectives of marginalized peoples in all of her work, promoting equity between persons, across communities, and within institutions. She is a member of the 2021 cohort of WBUR ARTery 25, honored as a creative of color positively impacting the Greater Boston Area’s arts and culture sector. She currently serves as a board member of Agassiz Baldwin Community (currently being renamed). She is a Concept Editor at Ladderworks Publishing and conducts research examining how faith communities in the Greater Boston Area are creatively engaging with the concepts of calling and vocation during the pandemic. Allegra holds her BA from Bryn Mawr College, her EdM from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and is currently a Masters of Theology student at Boston University School of Theology. You can find her article, “The Art of Belonging: Exploring the Impact of the Garífuna on Honduran Culture and Identity”, published through Palgrave Macmillan in December 2021. You can follow her artistic journey on Instagram: @allegrafletcher

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