1L: Northeastern University Law School
Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office
Sherelle graduated summa cum laude from Suffolk University in 2014 where she received a B.A. in Sociology with a concentration in Crime and Justice. Prior to law school, Sherelle spent two years in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office as Executive Assistant to the Chief of District courts working on criminal cases and collaborative innovations in the criminal justice system such as the Homeless Court Program. She was an integral part in planning a Sequential Intercept Mapping in Suffolk County, identifying resources to help people with mental health and substance abuse issues avoid and reduce criminal involvement. This summer, she will be working at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.
“The Rappaport Fellowship brings together the ideal elements for a summer experience in the public sphere. I am honored to join such a diverse and talented group of individuals committed to serving others.” – Sherelle Wu