Charlotte Davis is a rising senior in Quincy House, originally from Stilwell, Kansas. She studies History & Literature at Harvard, with a secondary in Spanish. On campus she is involved in Harvard Model Congress, is a resource advocate with the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter, and is a member of the women's club soccer team. After spending last summer working on prison reform in Mexico, Charlotte discovered her passion for learning about, and aspiring to create changes in, the criminal justice system. This summer, she is thrilled to be interning with the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, where she will be an investigative intern helping collect evidence and testimonies for trial. She is excited to work with the Public Defender Service this summer to help advocate for the citizens who are most disadvantaged by the nation's broken criminal justice system.
DC Public Defender Service, Washington, D.C.