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Nick Hall L’18

Nick graduated from Vanderbilt University with a major in Human and Organizational Development. At Vanderbilt, Nick was named an Ingram Scholar for his demonstrated leadership and commitment to service. He delved into issues of black male achievement and criminal justice by serving as a KIPP Academy tutor and volunteer at Dismas House, a halfway house for former male offenders. Nick also worked as a Victim Witness Coordinator at the Davidson County District Attorney’s Office, where he supported victims and witnesses of crime to navigate the criminal court process.


Upon graduating from Vanderbilt, Nick joined Deloitte Consulting in its Washington DC Federal practice, focusing on labor and grants management processes within federal agencies including the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Through Deloitte, Nick volunteered as a mentor with Streetwise Partners, an organization that helps disadvantaged individuals find and secure sustainable careers. Through his work at StreetWise Partners, Nick developed a particular interest in the consequences of crime, employment, and mass incarceration. Nick is hoping to work toward criminal justice reform from the perspective of prosecutors, policing policies, and social entrepreneurship.