Kee Tobar currently serves as a Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellow at Community Legal Services of Philadelphia’s Youth Justice Project where she is working to improve access to civil legal services for young people experiencing homelessness.
Kee is an attorney with experience in juvenile justice and child welfare policy advocacy. Previously, she served as a Zubrow Fellow at Juvenile Law Center, where she co-facilitated work on issues related to youth homelessness, eliminating juvenile court fines and fees, and securing an appropriate education for youth in the justice system. She also helped launch the Legal Center for Youth Justice and Education and led the Juvenile Justice Working Group for Philadelphia’s 100-Day Homelessness Challenge.
Kee holds a BA in political science from Alabama A&M University and a JD from Georgetown University Law Center.