Nathan Cisneros is the HIV Criminalization Analyst at the Williams Institute. He was previously in the political science program at UC Irvine, and before that worked as a case writer at Harvard Law School studying the legal profession. At the Williams Institute, Cisneros is applying his training in quantitative social science to the impact of HIV criminalization laws on people living with HIV. His other research interests include comparative public policy and the regulation of labor and employment. He is an alumnus of the IIE-Fulbright program in Japan. Cisneros received an M.S. in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.A. in Japanese, Economics, and Political Science from UC Berkeley.
Building Broader Coalitions for Reforming HIV Criminal Laws