Alumni Changing the World

Nicole Lewis '05

Staff Writer, The Marshall Project
Nicole Lewis is a staff writer at The Marshall Project where she writes about the intersection of technology and incarceration. Before joining The Marshall Project, Nicole worked at The Washington Post, contributing to The Fix, The Fact Checker, and the National Desk. She has appeared on several national news outlets to discuss her reporting, including MSNBC Live and NPR's All Things Considered and Weekend Edition. Prior to starting her journalism career, Nicole organized young people of color with wealth into campaigns for racial and economic justice. She is the author of Between A Silver Spoon And The Struggle: Reflections on the Intersection of Racism and Class Privilege, which grew out of many conversations about race and class in our everyday lives. She is a graduate of The University of Michigan and CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Nicole was raised in the DC area, but she now calls Brooklyn home.


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Georgetown Day School is a coed, preK-12, non-sectarian private school in Washington, DC with small class sizes and a diverse school community. Our comprehensive, innovative curriculum includes hands-on learning, honors and AP classes, as well as advanced-level math and STEM courses. An education is not just college prep and SAT scores. GDS teachers focus on providing the best education for each child, from elementary grades through high school. The school performing arts program includes theater, dance, and music. The athletics program offers competitive sports for student athletes, including cross-country, track, soccer, lacrosse, and crew/rowing. With our strong commitment to financial aid, an independent school tuition is affordable.