Issa Kohler-Hausmann is Professor of Law at Yale Law School and Associate Professor of Sociology at Yale. Her primary research interests are in criminal law, sociology of law, empirical legal studies, social and legal theory. Please contact Marisa Petriello with questions regarding conferences or speaking engagements.
Robert Dennison was former chairman of the New York State Parole Board who became a powerful champion of wrongfully convicted or remorseful inmates in high-profile cases.
Carol Shaprio is an innovator in the field of criminal and social justice for over 40 years. Most recently, Carol served on the New York Board of Parole as a Commissioner. Prior, she was the Founder and President of La Bodega de la Familia and Family Justice, know for the integration of asset and family tools, coupled with a public health perspective to reduce reliance on incarceration and improve family well-being outcomes.
Anthony Dixon is the Director of Community Engagement at the Parole Preparation Project. He has helped secure the release of people serving long sentences in New York State. He has prepared people for their transitions home from prison, and supported them in the months and years after their release. His critical advocacy work includes pushing key policy reforms and building strategic partnerships.