Marlon L. Sherman recently earned his bachelor’s degree in behavioral decision sciences from Brown University. He has research and internship experience in social psychology, including laboratory work at Brown and time spent with a nonprofit startup implementing “kindness initiatives” in and around New York City. His current policy interests lie at the intersection of public policy and law, particularly how this intersection affects marginalized and stigmatized communities. Having developed leadership skills with Jewish nonprofit organizations including Brown RISD Hillel, he is also interested in how policy and law impact religious communities. Marlon is proficient in French. He is from northern New Jersey.