Impact Center Fellows

Kelsey L. Dunn 3L
Kelsey has always wanted to come to law school to change foster care policy. She moved to New York City from North Central Florida and graduated from the University of South Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Social Work and two minors in Criminology and Sociology. She is President of Family Attorneys Mobilizing, Secretary of the Student Bar Association, a Student Ambassador, and the Student Representative for Equal Justice Works. This fall, she is interning with The Legal Aid Society’s Juvenile Rights Project in the child welfare system. She previously participated in the New York Civil Liberties Union’s Legislative Advocacy Clinic and interned in the Center for Family Representation, which defends parents accused in child abuse and neglect cases. In the summer of 2018, she worked with the New York Office of Children and Family Services in the Special Hearings Bureau.


Evora McGlone 2L
Evora is originally from Virginia Beach, Virginia. She graduated from Howard University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Before attending law school, she worked in human resources and recruiting. She decided to attend law school to become a stronger advocate for people in underrepresented communities. She is Attorney General of the Black Law Student Association. She mentored students in the High School Moot Court Program last year and will participate in Advocacy of Criminal Cases with the goal of pursuing a career in progressive prosecution. Over the past summer, she interned for the Honorable Patsy Gouldborne in Bronx Criminal Court. Evora also co-founded a mentoring nonprofit called Her Success that specializes in expanding the limits of underrepresented women.


Alea Roberts 4L Evening
During the day, Alea works as a Law Intern for the Litigation Department of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. In the role, she has appeared in the New York and New Jersey courts and has successfully litigated a small claims case, winning several motions. In addition to her work experience, Alea is Director of Corporate Relations for the Northeast Region of the Black Law Students Association and a member of the NYLS Trial Competition Team. Upon completing her legal studies, Alea wishes to practice in Family and Matrimonial Law or Labor and Employment Law. Ultimately, Alea envisions herself in Congress advocating for laws that would improve the lives of minority children, including proper funding for inner-city schools and affordable, habitable housing. Alea received her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Legal Studies from the Metropolitan Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University. She is originally from Voorhees, New Jersey.


Madison Woods 2L
Madison moved to New York City from Southlake, Texas and graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Communication. Madison is a Global Fellow Scholar, active in the Student Bar Association as a Senator, a member of the Criminal Law Society, and affiliated with the Impact Center’s Prosecution Track. She recently interned at the Red Hook Community Justice Center in Brooklyn and has a special interest in restorative justice. She also participated in Advocacy of Criminal Cases with the goal of pursuing a career in criminal prosecution.