Recidiviz is building the technical foundation to drive better criminal justice outcomes at-scale.

Recidiviz is a non-profit engineering team headquartered in San Francisco. Recidiviz began as a 20% project at Google and has since grown into one of the brightest, kindest teams that tech has to offer. Our team brings to bear best-in-class software engineering, data science, data analysis, and product design skills. We work with a commitment to elevating—not duplicating—the efforts of other reformers, and we partner closely with practitioners, advocates, and academics in the ecosystem.

The Team

Catherina
Xu
Communications
Andrew
Warren
Product
Terry
Tsai
Engineering
Carole
Touma
Engineering
Unique
Shaw-Smith
Partnerships
Jenn
Shaw
Operations
Damini
Sharma
Data Analysis
Daniela
Schiano di Cola
Engineering
Mayuka
Sarukkai
Data Science
Rachel
Rosenblatt
Impact
Rosy
Perez
Operations
Chinedu
Ozodi
Engineering
Jen
Overgaag
Engineering
Mahmoud
Osman
Software Engineer
Humphrey
Obuobi
Product
Lydia
Masri
Implementation Engineer
Ian
MacFarland
Engineering
Eliana
Lauder
Design
Justine
Kunz
Data Science
Anthony
Kesich
Engineering
Zachary
Katz
Partnerships
Clementine
Jacoby
Executive Director
Samantha
Huff
Data Analyst
Dana
Hoffman
Engineering
Peter
Henggeler
Engineering
Genevieve
Heidkamp
Engineering
Dan
Hansen
Engineering
Nichelle
Hall
Engineering
Evan
Green-Lowe
Partnerships
Zachary
Goodman
Data Science
Kris
Gerig
Data Analysis
Anna
Geiduschek
Engineering
Andrew
Gaidus
Engineering
Katricia
Flowers
Partnerships
Lily
Fielding
Partnerships
Sarah
Fears
Development
Joshua
Essex
Engineering
Lili
Dworkin
Engineering
Julia
Dressel
Engineering
Amrit
Dhir
Partnerships
Kirtana
Choragudi
Product
Sonia
Chokshi
Design
Emily
Chao
Engineering
Serena
Chang
Product
Juan
Agrón
Design
Colin
Adams
Engineering

Board of Directors

Rose Afriyie
Founder, mRelief
Nicco Mele
Managing Director, DRK
John Wetzel
Secretary of Corrections, Pennsylvania
Jay Jordan
CEO, Alliance for Safety and Justice
Evan Marwell
Founder, Education SuperHighway

Advisors

Zoë Towns
Senior Criminal Justice Reform Director, FWD.us
Steve Chanenson
Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law
Ryan King
Director of Research and Policy, Justice Policy Institute
Marquita Shantell Cruze
Founder, Breaking Barriers Utah
Khalil Cumberbatch
Fellow, Council on Criminal Justice
John Tilley
Chair, Strategic Advisory Board
Eddie Bocanegra
Director, READI Chicago
Celia de Pentheny O'Kelly
Communications Executive and Attorney, Brunswick Group
Adam Gelb
President & CEO, Council on Criminal Justice
Celia Colón
Founder, Giving Other’s Dreams

Partners

Funders

Arnold Ventures
Ballmer Group
Bia-Echo Foundation
Blue Meridian Partners
Breyer Labs
Bureau of Justice Assistance
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Charles & Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation
Charles Koch Institute
David Klafter & Nancy Kestenbaum
Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation
Emergent Ventures
Eric & Wendy Schmidt Fund for Strategic Innovation
Ford Foundation
Future Justice Fund
Galaxy Gives
Gaurav Kapadia
Gina’s Collective
Hopper-Dean Foundation
Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation
Leo Model Foundation
Mackenzie Scott
Mozilla Foundation
Pershing Square Foundation
Schusterman Foundation
Sixth Street
Vinod and Neeru Khosla
Y Combinator
ZOOM Foundation

Contributors

Ahliyah Sanford
Research
Ahmed Elnaiem
Engineering
Amy Lam
Engineering
Apurva Panse
Research
Arian Karbasi
Engineering
Aurelia Augusta
Data Science
Ben Packer
Data Science
Cara Crawford
Data Science
Colin Folta
Engineering
Eddie Glen
Engineering
Erik Shilts
Data Science
Frances Thai
Engineering
Genesia Ting
Design
Ingrid Hong
Design
Jon Gaulding
Engineering
Justin Spradlin
Engineering
Kevin Lee
Engineering
Kyle Hulburd
Research
Lauren Pappone
Engineering
Leonard Bogdonoff
Engineering
Michael Parker
Engineering
Mirilla Zhu
Engineering
Preeyanka Shah
Product
Rasmi Elasmar
Engineering
Samantha Harvell
Research
Sean Zhu
Engineering
Sokunthel Chheang
Engineering
Soumya Mahadevan
Engineering
Tracy Zhang
Research
Zachary Garcia
Engineering

Diversity & Inclusion

A diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace is essential to our mission. People come to Recidiviz to contribute to an urgent cause, and to work alongside incredible coworkers who care as much as they do. To ensure that we’re building intentional products and amplifying the work of others in the reform ecosystem, we are committed to fostering a diverse team that reflects the people we serve.

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