Gwynn Marotta (B.A. 2019, Rutgers University J.D. expected 2025) interned this past summer with the ACLU of New Jersey. Before attending law school, she worked at a political consulting and advertising firm in New Jersey where she assisted with the production and implementation of TV, digital, and print advertisements for Democratic gubernatorial, congressional, and state legislature campaigns, as well as non-profit organizations and unions. In her first year of law school, Gwynn was a member of If/When/How and organized a panel for an annual student run conference, Getting Radical in the South (GRITS), about successful reproductive rights movements in Latin America and how the lessons from those movements can be applied here in the United States. This year, she is the VP of Events for If/When/How, and is on the board for the Public Interest Law Association and GRITS. She also helped plan Change It Up! 2023, which is Texas Law’s public interest law orientation. Gwynn is especially interested in the intersection of criminal law and reproductive justice, and is passionate about pursuing a career in public interest law that tackles those issues.