Gwen Walker is the Citrix Systems Racial and Social Justice Fellow at the National Center of Youth Law. She works with the Justice and Equity Team to eliminate fines and fees for youth as part of the Debt Free Justice Campaign.
Gwen earned her law degree from Boston University School of Law where she served as a Symposium Editor on the American Journal of Law and Medicine and on the executive boards of the Black Law Student Association and Public Interest Law Society. Gwen previously worked at the National Center for Youth Law as a Law Clerk on the Legal Advocacy Team. Gwen has a master's degree in nonprofit management and prior to law school she worked at nonprofits coordinating tutoring programs for youth and raising funds as grant writer on the development team.
Outside of work Gwen loves to cook, practice yoga, and attend dance performances.