Current Board Members
Jordan Bailey (3L)
Jordan is an Alabama native and graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a degree in Political Science. While completing his undergraduate studies, Jordan worked as an administrative assistant at Birmingham AIDS Outreach and as a conversation coordinator at Alabama Poverty Project. After graduation, he served as a legislative aide working on environmental, immigration, and social welfare issues for a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. During his first year at Georgetown Law, he served as a Home Court fellow and volunteer for the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless. In addition to his involvement with the Pro Bono Board, Jordan also serves on the OutLaw Board and participates in the OPICS Fellow Program.
Anthony Tran (3L)
Anthony was born and raised across the river from DC in Arlington, Virginia. He attended the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied Urban Studies, Sociology, and Asian American Studies. During his time at Penn, he cultivated a passion for advocacy, social justice, and working with Asian Pacific American and immigrant communities. His interest in public service led to internships with the National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development, Asian Americans United, and the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office. He was also involved in Penn's Asian American community, serving as chair of the Asian American Studies Undergraduate Advisory Board and president of the Chinese Students' Association.
At Georgetown, he is seeking to develop legal skills in hopes of serving disenfranchised communities. In addition to the Pro Bono Board, Anthony serves on the board of Georgetown's American Civil Liberties Union chapter and is a member of the Georgetown Journal of Law and Modern Critical Race Perspectives. He has also interned with The Legal Aid Society's Immigration Law Unit and will be interning with the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division this fall.
Jasmine Johnson (3L)
Jasmine is a North Carolina native and graduated from Duke University with a degree in Political Science and Sociology. As a young child growing up in the Public School systems of North Carolina, Jasmine realized to importance of advocacy at a very young age, and has passionately worked in various communities over the years. As an undergraduate, Jasmine was active in many organizations and activities that allowed her to make an impact on the life of others. She help start up Duke's 1-G network, a program for first generation college students to have access to resources and tools to allow them to be successful during their college years. She also served as an English as a Second Language tutor to Latino residents in Durham, NC. Jasmine has also been active in serving the community through Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, since her initiation in Fall 2011. Jasmine currently volunteers with Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, and continues to reach back into her home community in North Carolina as a mentor to young ladies.