Regional Training Manager, Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice

When David was 10 years old in 1983, his older brother – and idol – was murdered. No one told him what happened, and David struggled in his teen years with fear and anger about the loss. After decades of drug and alcohol addiction, David became clean and sober. Then in 2012, another brother was […]


Survivors Speak Campaign Organizer

Eris Eady (she/her) is a writer, poet, advocate and artist from Cleveland, Ohio. Believing in the necessary conjunction between arts & activism, Eris intersects storytelling & social justice with the pursuit of radical self love. Her writing has been featured in The Guardian, For Harriet, The Root & BBC Worldwide. Eris holds a Masters Degree in […]


Survivors Speak Campaign Director

Anna began her career as a social worker and youth justice advocate. Her personal experience as a child sexual abuse survivor and family separation is what called her to work in policy. Anna joined CSJ after serving as the Policy Director of The Anti-Recidivism Coalition, where she helped pass three major pieces of legislation that […]


Regional Training Manager, Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice

Tricia provides leadership and advocacy training to crime survivors and Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice partners across Texas. She has 25 years of experience working in the movement for social, economic, and racial justice. Her career began at a feminist collective family violence program in Asheville, NC doing community outreach and training. She obtained […]


National Training Director

Jonathon is a skilled community organizer who, prior to joining ASJ, worked as a Manager of Organizing Strategy for Leadership for Educational Equity – Louisiana, where he coached and provided strategies for teachers and former teachers to change education policies locally and statewide. He was also a Project Manager for Grassroots Solutions LLC, in Washington, […]


Florida Regional Manager

Juan Pablo has been working in Latino communities and with faith leaders for over 20 years. In 1992, he began organizing youth groups for the Archdiocese of Chicago. In 1999, he helped implement the CeaseFire model in the Southside of Chicago, a program to reduce shootings and murders while offering positive alternatives, and mobilized faith […]


CSSJ Program Manager

Before coming to the Alliance for Safety and Justice, Karalyn worked at GiveWell and Open Philanthropy Project, managing their accounting and providing research support to senior staff on projects related to the criminal justice system and giving opportunities in the social sciences. She started her career in economic consulting at Analysis Group where she conducted […]