Chicago | Data Specialist: Policy and Advocacy
Institute on Public Safety & Social Justice
Born and raised in Chicago, Corey Schneck is passionate about fighting for racial and economic justice. Corey has experience in a range of social justice areas including policy analysis, community organizing, archival research, and helping to provide legal services. He studied Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) with a minor in history at The University of Michigan and graduated with Highest Distinction. Previously, Corey was Research Fellow with the University of Michigan Policing and Social Justice History Lab, where he created published research projects about police brutality in Detroit. He also worked at the American Business Immigration Coalition helping to provide free legal services for immigrants and was the Deputy Campaign Director for the Defenders for All Campaign, which successfully fought to establish the largest immigration unit in a public defender office in the United States.
As the Data Specialist: Policy and Advocacy at IPSSJ, Corey works to provide both data and policy support for the Restorative Justice Hubs. He hopes to use his interdisciplinary background to support community safety through holistic alternatives to policing and mass incarceration. In his spare time, Corey loves to cook, play or watch sports, and read.
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