Northeastern University School of Law
Washington University in St. Louis
Committee for Public Counsel Services
Miranda Popkey is a rising 2L at Northeastern University School of Law. She graduated in 2009 from Yale University with a B.A. in Humanities, cum laude, and from Washington University in St. Louis in 2018 with an M.F.A. in Writing. She has worked as a book editor, undergraduate creative writing instructor, and as a fieldworker at Mass. Audubon’s Drumlin Farm. At Action for Boston Community Development, she served as Director of the Generations Advancing Together Through Education (GATE) Program, connecting income-eligible Boston-area parents to fully-funded job training opportunities. Popkey is passionate about strengthening and expanding the social safety net, including through Universal Basic Income (UBI) initiatives, and believes in funding community-led initiatives that offer alternatives to incarceration. This summer, Popkey is interning in the General Counsel’s Office at the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS).