Su Kim is a legal assistant and policy manager at UnCommon Law, where she supports clients serving life sentences in parole preparation and post-conviction advocacy, and also co-leads the organization’s policy advocacy. As a policy manager, Su is working to build a coalition of advocates dedicated to dismantling the parole system and advance policy change that brings home more people convicted of serious and violent crimes. Before UnCommon Law, Su received her B.A. in Geography from UC Berkeley and researched post-Realignment jail expansion in California as a Haas Scholar. As an advocate rooted in community, Su strives to cultivate the sense of care and radical interdependence she experienced in her family and in working-class immigrant communities growing up in LA.