Tylor-Maria Johnson

Summer of 2018

Tylor-Maria Johnson ’19 of New York, New York (Brooklyn) is a 2019 graduate in Sociology with certificates in African American Studies and American Studies. As the 2018 Gilbert S. Omenn ’61 and Martha A. Darling MPA ’70 Scholar, Tylor interned at the Education Department in the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) and the Office of Innovation and Improvement (OII).

Tylor spent the summer of 2016 interning at the Harlem Community Justice Center where she assisted in planning and facilitating community events for incoming parole court clients and their families. In the summer of 2017, she participated in an international internship at the European Roma Rights Center in Budapest, Hungary where she conducted research about Romani school segregation.

At Princeton, Johnson participated in the Princeton Private Prisons Divestment Campaign, served as a member of the Black Student Union Executive Board where she helped to create and advertise student events promoting the growth of the black community on campus and sang with the Princeton University Gospel Ensemble. She was also a member of the Scholar’s Institute Fellowship Program.