Ameline Limorin, Segal Fellow

Ameline Limorin

2014 Brandeis Undergraduate Segal Fellow

Ameline Limorin is pursuing a double major in education studies and sociology at Brandeis University. She is the daughter of Haitian immigrants, and completed her primary studies in Fort Pierce, Florida, where she attended Fort Pierce Central High School and dually enrolled in Indian River State College. Ameline is passionate about increasing access to higher education for students of low socioeconomic status. She has a history of working with students to help them with the college application process. After arriving at Brandeis, Ameline was fortunate enough to team up with a group of passionate young women and became a founding member of BeSO Educated: Keepin’ It Real 101, a pilot program aimed at providing low-income and minority high school students resources to aid them during the college application process. Ameline also serves on the Brandeis Black Student Organization executive board. Ameline’s Segal Program internship was for CollegeBound: Dorchester. Her Segal Coach was Segal Founder and Advisory Board Member Laura Gassner Otting.