Emerson Goldstein

Emerson Goldstein

Impact Associate/Paralegal

Before joining Protect Democracy, Emerson worked at Legal Aid of North Carolina, where she served clients in Durham’s Eviction Diversion program. Her prior work experience includes a fellowship at the Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice and working on national programs for the Education Team at PBS. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in American Studies and Political Science from Wellesley College, where she studied political theory and education justice.

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