Quinn Kareem Rallins, Community Justice/Health Care, joined the Shriver Center in 2016. He was recently a Public Interest Law Scholar at Northeastern University School of Law, where he received his law degree while focusing on the intersection of criminal justice and civil rights. He was also a law clerk at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., Equal Justice Initiative, and Greater Boston Legal Services, where he was trained in litigation and advocacy at the federal and state level. Quinn is also a community organizer, strategist, and trainer, having directed successful grassroots campaigns throughout the United States to address issues such as police brutality, housing foreclosure, health care access, youth jobs, predatory lending, and mass incarceration. For his commitment to social justice, he has been recognized as a Harvard University Galbraith Scholar, Institute for International Public Policy Fellow, Cambridge Institute for Economic and Political Studies Scholar, among other awards. Quinn received his Juris Doctor at Northeastern University School of Law, Masters in Comparative Social Policy from Oxford University, and B.A. in International Studies from Morehouse College.