Clarice J. Robinson

Clarice is an AM/PhD student at the University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice. Clarice is an Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Fellow and a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Health Policy Research Scholar (HPRS). Before beginning her PhD, Clarice worked as an educator for five years in various areas, including teaching preschool-aged children in rural Arkansas through Teach for America and teaching English to middle school students in Madrid, Spain. For three years, Clarice also worked inside Rikers' Island Correctional Facility as a jail tutor to support the educational goals of incarcerated men and women. She researched the collateral consequences of probation and parole at the Columbia University Justice Lab. Additionally, she led a project on overdose prevention for veterans in a randomized control trial at New York University School of Global Public Health.

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