Lucy is a second-year graduate student at the University of Maryland School of Social Work. She will graduate in May 2020 with a Master of Social Work with a concentration in Community Action and Social Policy. In the past year, Lucy has worked on many exciting social justice projects in the City of Baltimore. She has had the opportunity to hone her advocacy skills as a member of the Maryland Alliance for Justice Reform Re-Entry work group, which campaigns for evidence-based criminal justice legislation. Additionally, she served as a research intern for the Public Justice Center’s Human Right to Housing Initiative, where she researched injustices in Baltimore’s rent and rent escrow courts. As a graduate student, Lucy founded and co-facilitates the Intersectional Feminism & Social Work Group on campus, which is a space for students to explore issues at the intersection of feminism and a multitude of other social identities. This summer, Lucy will serve as a Research Assistant Scholar at the University of Maryland’s Institute for Innovation and Implementation, as well as a Jonathan Shurberg Legal & Policy Intern at NARAL Pro-Choice MD. She is a passionate intersectional feminist, and is especially interested in issues at the intersection of criminal justice reform and reproductive justice. In her free time, Lucy enjoys doing yoga, exploring Baltimore, and hanging with her cat, Jenga.