April 18, 2021
Environmental Justice with Jason Carter
Join Jason Carter to discuss the vital connections between environmental health and racial equity.
Jason Carter proudly points to his service in the Peace Corps after graduating from Duke University. He later attended the UGA School of Law, receiving a JD in 2004. Currently at the law firm of Bondurant, Mixon & Elmore, Jason has represented the National Football League Players Association. He has also received recognition for his Pro Bono work defending voting rights. He ran for Governor in 2014, losing the very close race, and previously served as state senator. He hails from a strong political heritage; Jason’s grandfather is former President and Georgia Governor, Jimmy Carter, and his great-grandmother was the indomitable Lillian Carter, who inspired his Peace Corp years.