Legal and Judicial Activism, Economic Justice, Education Justice

Eugenia Kim was the Chair of the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network’s Brain Trust. In this capacity, she guided a team of students to design and implement Rethinking Communities, an effort to work with universities and their communities to identify and advance solutions that promoted broadly shared economic progress. She presented on the initiative at the White House and American Democracy Project Conference in 2014 and was a 2013 Summer Academy Fellow and Opportunity Leader with Opportunity Nation. Eugenia has attended New York University, majoring in Global Liberal Studies and Philosophy. She’s previously worked with the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, David Abrams Legal Clinic, and Kimmel Center for University Life.