Jeremiah Goulka is a policy wonk, writer, and musician.
He is a senior fellow at the Health In Justice Action Lab at Northeastern University School of Law, where he works to infuse public health goals into the criminal justice system.
Earlier in his career, Jeremiah was a researcher at the RAND Corporation, a member of its Center for Quality Policing, and a Justice Department litigator. He also co-founded and served as executive director of a multi-jurisdictional task force to rebuild and reform the criminal justice system in the New Orleans region after Hurricane Katrina.
In his alternate life, Jeremiah gigs regularly as a singer-songwriter in the acoustic “kindie” roots-and-blues duo King Bullfrog, for which he plays guitar, dobro, ukulele, and harmonica.
He lives on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, with his wife and children.