Jermall Keels is responsible for assisting with compliance work across Protect Democracy, including ethics guidance and training, reporting requirements, and time tracking. Additionally, he supports the organization’s operational systems and processes related to knowledge management, information technology, and security. Jermall received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center where he focused his studies on threats to American democracy and national security. He also represented survivors of domestic violence in DC Superior Court as part of a clinical experience. Prior to joining Protect Democracy, Jermall clerked for a judge at Montgomery County Circuit Court and performed freelance writing work.