Jeremiah Goulka is a policy wonk, writer, and musician.
In his unusual career, he has founded and directed an emergency multi-jurisdictional criminal justice task force, advised a congressionally-mandated commission, and litigated for the Justice Department. He has led research collaborations and delivered reports to federal officials and law enforcement leaders. He is currently senior fellow at the Health in Justice Action Lab at Northeastern University School of Law and a professional musician in the kindie rock scene.
His writing includes landmark RAND policy reports, essays that have gone viral and been anthologized, scholarly articles, and, earlier in his career, a Civil War history book. He regularly provides analysis and commentary for television, radio, documentaries, and print publications. He has taught courses at the Pardee RAND Graduate School and the University of Edinburgh. (He is older than he looks!)
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