Nathan Poland (He/Him)

Project Manager

Nathan is the Project Manager for the Police Abuse Project at Civil Rights Corps. Nathan manages and supports the investigative, research, and programmatic functions of the Police Abuse Project’s pilot sites in Washington D.C. and Houston. 

Prior to joining CRC, Nathan completed a Alumni Corps P55 Fellowship as a fellow on the Rockefeller Foundation’s Innovation team, where he played a critical role in supporting the work of Black in AI and the COVID Tracking Project. He also served as an Investigative Intern at Civil Rights Corps, the Bronx Defenders, and the New York Legal Assistance Group. Nathan additionally served as the Racial Data Specialist for the Ida B. Wells JUST Data Lab. 

Nathan was the Coordinator for the Formerly Incarcerated Student Access Program where he helped students at Eastern Jersey State Prison prepare and apply for post-secondary educational opportunities and graduate studies under the auspices of Students for Prison Education, Abolition, and Reform. He enjoys trying new cuisines, traveling (especially via public transportation), watching movies and television, long walks, and juggling. Nathan is a graduate of Princeton University where he majored in African American Studies with a minor in Latin American Studies and Statistics & Machine Learning.