Lydia Ghuman worked with the ACLU of Ohio’s policy team to assist with criminal justice reform, voting rights, and LGBTQIA advocacy. She graduated from the University of Missouri in May 2017 with a dual degree in Women and Gender Studies and English. Her previous work includes litigation with the Ohio Justice and Policy Center and the Missouri Commission on Human Rights, as well as policy work with Congressman-Clay (MO-1) and Representative Curtis (MO-73). You can see one of her blog posts for the ACLU of Ohio, entitled Equality v. Equity: How the Fourteenth Amendment Can Help the ACLU Defend the First, here.
Updated October 2018
More from Lydia Ghuman
Announcing 2018 Professional Fellowships Recipients
These four Senior Fellows are currently working or have recently completed their Professional Fellowships with the ACLU of Ohio, the ACLU of Georgia, the Bertlesmann Foundation of North America and the Bailey-Boushay House.
Cincinatti and Us
Senior Fellow Lydia Ghuman led a Summer Fellowship for high schoolers to Cincinnati focusing on local social justice issues.