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NACDL News: The NACDL Foundation for Criminal Justice Announces New Officers and Historic Vision for Criminal Justice Reform

By Ivan J. Dominguez and Ian Nawalinski

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The NACDL Foundation for Criminal Justice (NFCJ), previously known as the Foundation for Criminal Justice (FCJ), announces the recent election of its slate of officers:

President: Lisa Monet Wayne, Denver, CO

Vice President: Theodore “Ted” Simon, Philadelphia, PA

Treasurer: Nina J. Ginsberg, Alexandria, VA

Secretary: Cynthia Eva Hujar Orr, San Antonio, TX

The election of these officers comes on the heels of the adoption of a new strategic plan designed to enhance the capacity, reach, and effectiveness of both NACDL and the NFCJ.

“The NACDL Foundation for Criminal Justice has embraced a bold plan to continue to be at the forefront of criminal justice reform,” said NFCJ President Lisa Monet Wayne. “NACDL and NFCJ spent nearly all of 2017 working on a new strategic plan to identify and reform flaws and inequities in the criminal justice system, facing the scourge of systemic racism head on and starting the process of addressing the causes rather than the symptoms, and ensuring that the nation’s

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