Jeremy Thomas (He/Him)

Policing Project Manager
jeremy@civilrightscorps.org

Jeremy is the Policing Project Manager at Civil Rights Corps, where he works to hold police accountable for their violence, and in so doing, reduce harm and make communities safer.  

Jeremy comes to CRC with prior experience at Georgetown’s Prettyman Clinics, Reprieve, and the Southern Center for Human Rights, where he represented incarcerated people before the Alabama Parole Board.

 Jeremy currently studies U.S. history and literature at Oxford, where he is a Rhodes Scholar. Jeremy holds a bachelor’s degree in English and Law, Jurisprudence, and Social Thought from Amherst College, where he also served as president of the student body, Black Student Union, and Mock Trial Association. His research focuses on the development of freedom during the Reconstruction era, as a matter of language and law.

Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Jeremy’s interests outside of work include reading, writing, rowing, and tending to his tulips.