• Brown in Washington


Spring ’18, Public Policy

Award Year 

Justice Policy Institute

Michael Fuller is a junior at Brown University concentrating in Public Policy, with a focus on American welfare policy. He has previously worked in employment law, as a fellow for the 2016 Clinton campaign and conducted research on legislative coalitions in the Rhode Island State House. At Brown he is a campus leader for the Petey Greene Program, which brings student tutors and meaningful education to prison classrooms across the East Coast. Michael is passionate about creating a more democratic nation through re-enfranchisement, unionization and campaign finance reform. Originally from Colorado and a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, he is excited and honored to continue advocating for the humanity and rights of incarcerated persons during his semester in Washington.