Cory Pilat is the Data Assistant at the ACLU-NJ. His work focuses on managing, gathering, and analyzing data to shed light on patterns in civil rights and civil liberties issues. This includes, but is not limited to, conducting statistical tests of data, identifying trends and relationships in data, and creating tables and graphs for organizational reports or publications. Cory works under the direction of the Pratt Criminal Justice Transparency Fellow, Portia Allen-Kyle, as well as with other staff throughout the ACLU-NJ.
Cory also works with the Office and Technology Manager to facilitate the expansion of the ACLU-NJ’s office space, assisting with logistics and coordination.
Prior to joining the ACLU-NJ, Cory finished his Master of Arts degree in Criminology and Social Deviance at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.