Tobi Jegede is a junior in the Woodrow Wilson School from Maryland. Her main academic interests include criminal justice reform, international development, and education policy. Throughout her undergraduate career, Tobi has had the opportunity to intern with Ashinaga Uganda, a non-governmental organization focused on providing access to higher education for students across sub-Saharan Africa, and with the Manhattan District Attorney's Office. On campus, Tobi is a co-chair for the Mental Health Initiative and a member of the Princeton Perspective Project. Tobi is interested in furthering her knowledge of innovative policy solutions to various development issues while interning at ISS.