Kelsey Reid is a third-year student at Berkeley Law. Prior to law school, she worked on anti-violence and criminal legal system policy with a state government in India, in the U.S. federal government, and with local elected and community groups around the country. Kelsey participated in EBCLC’s Health and Welfare clinic and pro bono projects including the Food Justice Project, Re-Entry Advocacy Project, Alternative Service Trip (virtually) to Kentucky with AppalReD Legal Aid, and the Union Grievance Assistance Project. She spent her law school summers at the Sustainable Economies Law Center and Towards Justice, and has worked across economic justice issues, with an emphasis on workers’ rights, labor law, and public benefits. Kelsey is committed to serving multiracial, intergenerational movements advancing transformational, equitable economic justice and the abolition of police, prisons, and psychiatric incarceration.