Korey T. Johnson, Esq., serves as a policy strategist and organizer for country-wide legislative campaigns that seek to eliminate economic barriers for individuals with criminal records. Prior to joining the CSG Justice Center, as a senior policy research analyst at the Job Opportunities Task Force, Korey’s advocacy resulted in the passage of legislation that increased educational opportunities for incarcerated individuals in Maryland. She also served as an attorney advisor for the U.S. Department of Justice and a legislative aide in the State of Maryland General Assembly. She received her BS in political science from Towson University, JD from Howard University, and is currently a doctoral student at Morgan State University.
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