Garima Malhotra joined the Democracy Program as a research associate in June 2008. She worked primarily on efforts to restore voting rights to people with criminal convictions and on redistricting reform. She also worked at the Brennan Center in 2007 as a summer intern in the Democracy Program.
Ms. Malhotra graduated from Cornell University in 2008, where she majored in American Government, with minors in Inequality, and Law & Society. Previously, she worked at Project Vote where she focused on increasing voter registration among low income and minority citizens. She has also spent a summer working for AmeriCorps' Breakthrough Collaborative program in Philadelphia's public school district.
"Restoring Voting Rights to Millions", The Hill's Congress Blog, with Erika Wood, 3/16/10
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