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Megan Jose

Criminal Justice, BS

Graduated in 2018

Megan Jose is a former undergraduate student who received a B.S. in Criminal Justice and minors in International Affairs and Psychology. Megan joined the Violence and Justice Research Lab within the Institute on Race and Justice as a fellow working on a research paper measuring public opinion of private sector responses to labor exploitation. Throughout her time at the lab, she worked as a Research Assistant with a focus on Commercial Sexual Exploitation of children. She has completed co-ops at a law firm and at the International Institute of New England, working with the resettlement of refugees. Megan’s interests include victimization, advocacy, and human rights, and hopes to pursue a career in the advocacy of under-served populations.

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