Jack Frésquez

Jack Frésquez

Research Assistant

Jack most recently served as a President’s Public Service Fellow with the Yale Prison Education Initiative, where he led advocacy efforts to restore voting rights for system-impacted people in Connecticut. While an undergraduate, he has interned at The Justice Collaborative, Matriculate, and Chicanos Por La Causa. As vice president of the Yale Rotaract Club, he helped lead a $75,000 fundraiser for COVID-19 medical supply relief for refugees who live in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. As a board member of De Colores and A Place to Nourish Your Health (formerly the AIDS Project of New Haven), Jack has been involved in promoting LGBTQ+ Latinx mental and public health issues on and off-campus. In addition, he has volunteered and organized for various local and federal-level political campaigns. He was born and raised in Phoenix and is a rising senior at Yale University studying ethnicity, race, and migration.