Claire Kim

Student Associate, Reentry

Claire is a senior from Seoul, South Korea, double majoring in Government and Psychology. At Georgetown, she serves as one of the class representatives for College Academic Council (CAC) and works as a research assistant for the Protective Orders Project under Dr. Woolard’s Georgetown Community Research Group. She also earned the Lisa J. Raines fellowship with the Psychology Department, and she continues to study the effect of prison visitation on the psychological well-being of the family members through her senior thesis. Claire participated in the 2023 cohort of Making an Exoneree, reinvestigating the wrongful conviction case of John Kinsel. Claire is passionate about empowering the voices of the incarcerated, and she hopes to address similar but distinct issues within the Korean criminal legal system in her future.