Ms. Conway is a recent graduate of Suffolk University Law School in Boston, MA, where she concentrated in public international law. Her commitment to public service and community involvement is not only what drew her to the IJP but also what led her to pursue a legal education. Following her first year of law school, Renisha was both Director of Community Service & Pro Bono Programs and Co-Chair of the Mentorship Tree Program for the Black Law Students Organization (BLSA). She also received the Suffolk Public Interest Law Group (SPILG) Fellowship, which enabled her to intern for the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General Corps, at the Naval Justice School, in Newport, RI. In her spare time, she volunteered with Boston Cares, a non-profit organization that facilitates and creates volunteer service projects. During her third year, Renisha taught constitutional law to high school students as a fellow for the Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, was president of the Joint Degree Law Student Association and note editor of the Journal of Health and Biomedical Law. She is excited to expand her passion for community involvement and public service to the global level, as a member of the IJP team. Renisha also holds a Master of Public Administration from the Suffolk University Sawyer Business School and received her B.A. in English Language and Literature from Albright College, in Reading, PA.