Tracie Johnson is an Equal Justice Works Fellow sponsored by Greenberg Traurig in the Employment Unit at Community Legal Services. Ms. Johnson first worked with CLS as a certified legal intern on the Youth Justice Project. She now works to create career pathways for women and girls of color who face barriers to employment and higher education because of their juvenile and adult criminal records.
Prior to law school, Ms. Johnson worked as a Communications Associate at Philadelphia VIP through the Philly Fellows Program. She then volunteered in the legal intake department of the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania. She also worked as a Community Outreach Coordinator at a communications and design firm, Social Impact Studios.
Ms. Johnson received the Philadelphia Bar Association Public Interest Section Law Student Award for her law school in 2017. Upon graduating, she received The Sarah J. Love Memorial Award, The Henry Kent Anderson Human Services Award, and the Integrated Trial Advocacy Program Award.
Ms. Johnson earned her J.D. from Temple James E. Beasley School of Law in 2018. She received her B.A. from Ursinus College in 2013.