Jacqueline Tosto is a recent graduate of Boston University School of Law and the current RJ-HIV If/When/How fellow at SisterLove, Inc in Atlanta, Georgia. While in law school, Jacqueline was a student attorney in the International Human Rights Clinic, where she worked with non-governmental organizations on human rights abuses in Tibet. She was also a member of the Wrongful Convictions Clinic and worked on various cases with potential historical procedural errors resulting in wrongful convictions. Jacqueline has interned at KRW Law in Belfast, Northern Ireland, focusing on post-conflict human rights as well as criminal defense cases. She also worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, researching the effects of the lack of paid family and medical leave on mothers and children in the New England area. After her first year of law school, she interned at the AIDS Action Committee of Boston, helping those in the community with HIV and AIDS attain legal aid on various civil issues.
Prior to law school, Jacqueline graduated magna cum laude from the Macaulay Honors Program at Hunter College in New York City with a bachelor’s degree in political science and human rights.