Arianne Waldron, is an attorney, a business owner, a space creator and people connector. After graduating law school in 2014, Arianne worked for a year as an attorney at Goodwin Procter LLP and has been at the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit since 2016. Arianne currently serves as the Vice President of Boston College Law School’s Black Alumni Network (an organization focused on the recruitment, retention and support of Black students and faculty at the law school), is a Director-at-Large for the Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association (an organization focused on increasing diversity and inclusion in Boston’s legal community), and co-chairs the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Task Force for the courts within the First Circuit (a committee that works to ensure that the federal courts are exemplary places to work). Arianne is also co-owner of District 7 Tavern in Roxbury, an intergenerational community room for music, fellowship, professional networking and civic engagement.
A product of the Boston Public School system and a nearly lifelong Dorchester resident, Arianne immigrated to Boston from Trinidad as a toddler. Arianne is an alumna of Boston College Law School (J.D.)’14, Boston College Lynch Graduate School of Education (M.Ed.)’14, the University of Massachusetts-Amherst (B.A.), and the Boston Latin School. Arianne was recognized by Boston College LAW School as its 2022 Recent Graduate Awardee, the Boston Chamber of Commerce as one of its 2020 Ten Outstanding Young Leaders and by BC Law Black Law Students Association as their 2021 and 2019 Outstanding Young Alumni.