Racquel McGee is currently a 3L part-time student at Georgia State University College of Law. from Chicago, IL. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Kennesaw State University and received her Master of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has practiced within the field of Forensic Psychology for nearly 9 years as a mental health clinician within local, state, and federal government arenas. From her reentry and clinical experience, she learned how effecting policy and legal change is paramount to the success of disadvantaged populations, and decided to pursue an education in law. She is currently the President of the Ronald J. Freeman Chapter of the Black Law Students Association at Georgia State University College of Law. She is also a founding member of the Law Student Coalition for Civil Rights. She is a student member of the Gate City Bar Association, GABWA, and the Atlanta Bar Association. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and actively participates in service projects with her chapter. In her free time, she is active in various community activities within the Atlanta area, such as homelessness projects, local political action forums, and high school/college mentoring. Her desire is to practice entertainment law and civil rights law, with the ultimate goal to use entertainment and media as a platform for social change.