Jeremy Levine-Drizin is a Program Assistant at the World Justice Project’s Mexico City office. He joined the WJP team shortly after graduating from Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he studied Political Science, History, and Latin American Studies. His previous work experiences include the Center on Wrongful Convictions at the Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, where he was a case evaluator, and the Council on Crime and Justice in Minneapolis, where he conducted qualitative research inside Minnesota state prisons, analyzed justice system data, and drafted policy memoranda.
Despite his Midwestern roots, Jeremy has traveled widely in Latin America and completed coursework at La Universidad Mayor de San Simón in Cochabamba, Bolivia. He eventually plans on going to law school and pursuing an advanced degree in political theory.