Jay Jordan

CEO, Alliance for Safety and Justice

Jay Jordan is the CEO of Alliance for Safety and Justice, overseeing state-based teams and reform advocacy efforts. With broad recognition for his organizing talents, Jay has been instrumental at many community-based organizations in Los Angeles; he was a lead organizer for the Ban the Box Campaign for Los Angeles, co-founder of Faith in Action, and spearheaded the launch of the widely successful anti-graffiti mobile app, Clean Up Stockton. Jay was compelled to create his own non-profit, The First50, that focused on teen diversion and civic engagement because of his experience as a troubled youth who served time in prison. He made history by becoming the first and only formerly incarcerated Field Director for Congressman Jerry McNerney’s successful reelection campaign.

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Andrew Warren
Co-Founder, Recidiviz
Clementine Jacoby
Co-Founder, Recidiviz
Evan Marwell
Founder, Education SuperHighway
Jay Jordan
CEO, Alliance for Safety and Justice
John Wetzel (Emeritus Board Member)
Former Secretary of Corrections, Pennsylvania
Nicco Mele
Managing Director, DRK
Robert Rooks (Emeritus Board Member)
CEO, Alliance for Safety and Justice
Rose Afriyie
Founder, mRelief

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