Class of 2022
Micalyn Struble (she/her) is studying Public Policy and Computer Science. She hopes to one day serve as a public defender and otherwise work to dismantle the harms of the criminal legal system. At Duke, she does bail reform research at the Wilson Center for Science & Justice at the Duke Law School and cyber policy research at the Sanford Tech Policy Lab. Off campus, she has found a lovely community through the Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham, striving towards positive reentry experiences alongside formerly incarcerated people. She feels incredibly grateful to join the inaugural cohort of the Nakayama Scholars.