Jamal Nelson cultivates and maintains relationships with members of Congress and the Administration and acts as a liaison to various coalitions and groups in order to effectively implement the legislative priorities of the CSG Justice Center. Before joining the CSG Justice Center in 2009, Jamal served as deputy director of intergovernmental affairs at the U.S. Department of Commerce, where he worked on international trade issues. Jamal received his BS in political science from Southern Connecticut State University.
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