Sunwoo Oh is a Research and Program Associate in the Brennan Center's Justice Program where she supports the organization's work to end mass incarceration and modernize the criminal justice system. In that capacity, Oh conducts qualitative research on constitutional and socioeconomic issues surrounding outdated criminal justice systems and uses her findings in drafting reports, publications, fact sheets, and legislation proposals. Moreover, Oh coordinates a national coalition project of law enforcement leaders and its federal advocacy campaigns and publications.
Prior to joining the Brennan Center in June 2017, Oh worked in nonprofit development and social advocacy at BerlinRosen, a political strategy firm, assisted in program management at NYU Law's Public Interest Law Center, and interned at the Office of Congressman Hakeem Jeffries in Washington, D.C.
Oh graduated from New York University in May of 2016 with a B.A. in Politics and Media Culture. During her years at NYU, Oh focused her studies on political rhetoric, law and society, and criminology, in which she researched New York City’s arrest and pretrial reform.
- Criminal Justice Solutions: Model State Legislation, December 20, 2018
- Criminal Justice: An Election Agenda for Candidates, Activists, and Legislators, March 22, 2018