We are a non-profit building technical solutions to help decision makers
understand how the criminal justice system is performing in real time.


We arm decision makers with the data they need to diagnose issues, monitor
the success of ongoing initiatives, and guide planning and policy.

Project Pulse

Automatically collect, standardize, and centralize corrections data to create a rigorous baseline. Calculate granular metrics on an ongoing basis.

Project Vitals

Make data and metrics from Project Pulse available to decision-makers and stakeholders in actionable formats. Tailor reports to key decision criteria to help states and jurisdictions predict whether they will meet their year-end goals.

Project Triage

Enable decision makers to add external datasets on in-prison programming (education, work opportunities), post-release programming, or other factors to Project Pulse data to form a more complete picture. Serve as a mechanism for independently verifying which programs are driving desired outcomes.

Who we are

Technology leaders passionate about criminal justice reform from organizations including Google, Apple, Microsoft, Opower, and Optimizely.

Core team

Anna Geiduschek

Senior Software Engineer

Clementine Jacoby

Executive Director & Co-Founder

C. Andrew Warren

Product Lead & Co-Founder

Joshua Essex

Engineering Lead & Co-Founder

Julia Dressel

Software Engineer & UX

Terin Patel-Wilson

Senior Software Engineer


Ben Packer

Data Scientist, Recidiviz.
Data Scientist, Google.

Erik Shilts

Data Scientist, Recidiviz.
Director of Data Science, Rally Health.

Jordan Bramble

Data Engineer, Recidiviz.
Machine Learning Engineer, Atrium.

Marie Cosgrove-Davies

Product Manager, Recidiviz.
Product Manager, Google Cloud.

Matthew Root

Software Engineer, Recidiviz.
Engineering Manager, Optimizely.

Sachin Nene

Software Engineer, Recidiviz.
Engineering, Upside.

Wendy Ginsberg

Software Engineer & PM, Recidiviz.
Product Manager, Google.


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Who's backing us

Our work is possible thanks to the generous support of organizations dedicated to criminal justice reform and the use of technology to create a more just society for all.

Schmidt Futures

Schmidt Futures is sponsoring our effort to develop program evaluation services and tools, designed to assist justice agencies in identifying which programs produce better outcomes for people seeking to reenter society.

The Bureau of Justice Assistance

In partnership with the Council of State Governments (CSG), the Bureau of Justice Assistance is sponsoring our effort to help states achieve significant revocation reduction by providing actionable data and better tools to those working in state corrections and supervision.

Get in touch

Whether you're looking to collaborate, inquire about our work, or just ask questions, we'd love to hear from you.