Fellow, Graduate Fellowship for Global Justice and Equity
Adrienne Jones is a 5th year PhD candidate pursuing degrees in Public Policy and Sociology at Duke University. Her research interests include stratification and inequality which she examines through the lens of employment, training, and public policy. Of particular interest to her research agenda are the employment and training experiences of Black workers in the U.S. South. As an extension of these interests, Adrienne’s dissertation examines how driver’s license suspensions structure opportunities for economic mobility among participants of the Durham Expunction and Restoration Project’s (DEAR) Second Chance Driving program.