Meet the Executive Board of the HLS Urbanists. Feel free to reach out to us with any questions or comments. We’d love for you to be a part of our team!

Molly Coleman

Molly Coleman is a 2L originally from Saint Paul, Minnesota. Prior to law school, Molly worked in non-profit management with City Year New York. At HLS, she is on the boards of the Women’s Law Association, Advocates for Education, and the HLS Alliance for Reproductive Justice, in addition to working as an Online Content Editor at the Harvard Law and Policy Review and the Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. She is also an organizer with the Pipeline Parity Project on campus. While in law school, she has interned with the Hennepin County Public Defenders and the Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee. Molly is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison.  

Grant Glovin

Grant is a 2L from New York City. Before law school, he worked at the New York City Transit Authority. He spent his 1L summer at Environmental Defense Fund. Outside of the Urbanists, he is an editor for the Harvard Environmental Law Review and the technical director for Parody. He is particularly interested in sustainable urbanism, especially as it relates to land use, housing, and transportation. He graduated from Brown University.

Yemi Adewuyi
Academic & Career Resources Chair

Yemi is a 2L from Dallas, TX. Sort of. He has also spent several years in Queens, NYC and he worked for a community foundation in Raleigh, NC prior to law school. Among his many interests are community economic development, arts advocacy, faith/spiritual wellness, and live music. After graduation, he hopes to return to Dallas to pursue a career in sustainable community development and real estate law.

Doug Stephens IV

Doug is a 2L from the farm fields of North Carolina.  He took his BA in English and Greek from Liberty University before earning a MA in Early Modern literature and interpretive theory from James Madison University.  He spent his 1L summer in the Office of General Counsel at the Boston Planning & Development Agency, and will spend his 2L summer at the Boston office of Jones Day working in real estate finance.  Outside of his work in the Urbanists, Doug plays multiple roles on the Journal of Law and Technology and the Journal of Law and Public Policy, while also doing Ames Moot Court, Student Government, and working as a research assistant for Professor Christine Desan.  He lives in Quincy with his wife and newborn daughter among thousands of books he has no time to read.







Madeline Salinas

Community Building Chair

Madeline is a 2L from Danville , KY. Before law school, she worked for a law firm in Washington, DC in communications regulation. She spent her 1L summer in the Health, Education & Welfare Section of the California Attorney General’s Office in San Francisco. She is a graduate of Cornell University.

Quinn Mayberry
Strategic Partnerships Chair

Richard Sun
Conference Chair