Morré Taylor is a D.C. native who is passionate about social justice and intersectionality in policymaking. She serves as CCLP’s Programs Manager, working to end the use of solitary confinement for young people. In addition, she works on CCLP’s probation transformation efforts with the Casey Foundation. Before joining CCLP, Morré interned at the Treatment Advocacy Center, researching the criminalization and incarceration of people with severe mental illness, and at the ACLU, working on a school policing project. Morré has a B.A in Sociology from Georgetown University and a Master’s of Public Policy with a concentration in Social Policy from the George Washington University.