Terence Alexander Jones graduated from Loyola University of Maryland where he had an interdisciplinary major in Biology and Psychology, with a Forensic Studies Minor. Afterwards he went on to Columbia University for their Summer Public Health Scholars Program followed by a year of service through AmeriCorps. When his year serving the Baltimore community ended, Terence moved back to Philadelphia where he worked as a Community Based Care Managers for individuals struggling with Opioid addiction. Realizing the systemic injustices that occur in this population, Terence decided that becoming a lawyer would allow him to better advocate for the disenfranchised. He is currently attending Temple University Beasley School of Law, where he is the President of the Black Law Students Association. Like his father, Terence is very passionate about police accountability and advocating for individuals who have been wronged by the criminal justice system.