JT Mullins is a junior in Pauli Murray College from Hershey, Pennsylvania. He is majoring in Ethics, Politics, and Economics, with a potential concentration in systemic inequalities. JT is also pursuing a certificate in Statistics and Data Science. Outside of the classroom, he is the Co-President of the Black Men's Union, a Peer Liaison for the Afro-American Cultural Center, and the Coordinator of the Jones-Zimmerman Academic Mentorship Program at Dwight Hall. Outside of Yale, JT has worked in grant writing for Leadership, Education, and Athletics in Partnership (LEAP), and has served on a grant review board for the Carolyn Foundation. This past summer, he worked for the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) studying parole and probation reform, which is the field of work that he aspires to enter following the completion of his studies. He hopes to use his studies in grand strategy to more effectively mobilize people and resources towards the aim of a more equitable justice system.