Reentry Ready Stakeholders

We support this set of solutions as individuals. Our organizations have not formally endorsed this report, and our organizational affiliations are listed for informational purposes. This consensus process resulted in the strongest support for our principles and framework. We urge leaders across sectors to take action on these proposals.

Leann Bertsch
Director, North Dakota Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation; Past President, Association of State Correctional Administrators

Mannone Butler
Executive Director, D.C. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

Rhett Covington
Assistant Secretary, Louisiana Department of Public Safety & Corrections

Craig DeRoche
Senior Vice President, Advocacy & Public Policy, Prison Fellowship

Brian Ferguson
Director, District of Columbia Mayor’s Office on Returning Citizen Affairs

Adam Gelb
President and CEO, Council on Criminal Justice (formerly of Pew Charitable Trusts)

Greg Glod
Manager of State Initiatives, Right on Crime

Kalyn Hill
Policy Analyst, Homeland Security & Public Safety Divison, National Governors Association

Jamila Hodge Director,
Prosecution Reform Program, Vera Institute of Justice

Marc Howard, Ph.D.
Director, Prisons & Justice Initiative; Professor of Government & Law; Georgetown University

Nicole Jarrett, Ph.D.
Director, Corrections and Reentry, The Council of State Governments Justice Center

Marc Levin
Vice President, Criminal Justice, Texas Public Policy Foundation and Right on Crime

Ashley McSwain
Executive Director, Community Family Life Services

Keesha Middlemass, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Howard University

Daniel Mistak
General Counsel, Community Oriented Correctional Health Services

Megan Quattlebaum
Director, Council of State Governments Justice Center

David Safavian
Deputy Director, Center for Criminal Justice Reform, American Conservative Union Foundation

Eric Schultz, Jr.
Director, Government & Public Affairs, American Correctional Association

Hadi Sedigh
Managing Director, NACo Counties Futures Lab, National Association of Counties

Daren Swenson
Vice President, Community Corrections Branch, CoreCivic

Faye Taxman, Ph.D.
Professor, Criminology, Law and Society & Director of the Center for Advancing Correctional Excellence, George Mason University

Lars Trautman
Senior Criminal Justice Fellow, R Street Institute

Homer Venters
Senior Health and Justice Fellow, Community Oriented Correctional Health Services

Stephen Walker
Director, Governmental Affairs, California Correctional Peace Officers Association


Reentry Ready Project Staff and Consultants

Stephanie McGencey, MPH, Ph.D., Director

Morgan Franklin, Associate

David Fairman, Ph.D., Managing Director, Consensus Building Institute


Convergence Staff

Robert Fersh, President and Founder

Susan Jerison, Director of Communications

Tal Yaari, Communications Associate

Convergence Center for Policy Resolution is a national non-profit based in Washington, DC that convenes individuals and organizations with divergent views to build trust, identify solutions, and form alliances for action on issues of critical public concern. Reports and recommendations issued under our auspices reflect the views of the individuals and organizations who put the ideas forward. Convergence itself remains neutral and does not endorse or take positions on recommendations of its stakeholders.

Convergence Center for Policy Resolution
1133 19th Street NW, Suite 410
Washington, DC | 20036
202 830 2310

www.convergencepolicy.org

Convergence Center for Policy Resolution is a national non-profit based in Washington, DC that convenes individuals and organizations with divergent views to build trust, identify solutions, and form alliances for action on issues of critical public concern. Reports and recommendations issued under our auspices reflect the views of the individuals and organizations who put the ideas forward. Convergence itself remains neutral and does not endorse or take positions on recommendations of its stakeholders.

Convergence Center for Policy Resolution
1133 19th Street NW, Suite 410
Washington, DC | 20036
202 830 2310

www.convergencepolicy.org