Ifeoma White-Thorpe

Ifeoma White-Thorpe


Ifeoma White-Thorpe is currently an undergraduate student at Harvard University, pursuing a double major in Chemistry and Government. She co-founded and chaired Harvard’s first Black Diasporic and Latinx historical fashion show and has presented original spoken word poetry at various campus events including Harvard’s Inaugural Black Legacy Ball. She serves as the only black female on the Harvard Undergraduate Council, where she was unanimously elected to the position of Vice Rules Chair for the Council. A board member of the Nigerian Student Association and the Harvard Caribbean Club, White-Thorpe also serves as the Class of 2021 Representative for the Harvard Pre-Medical Society. She has a keen interest in global health and was awarded with The World Association of Academic Doctors Academic Award of Excellence and with the Association of Black Cardiologists Academic Youth of the Year Award. White-Thorpe aspires to become a cardiologist and looks forward to uplifting her community through health.

Events with Ifeoma White-Thorpe

The Big Chill: Creativity in the Era of Data Mining, Presented with The Guardian

09 May 2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The Center for Fiction
15 Lafayette Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217