CEO, ASJ & National Director, TimeDone

Jay Jordan has worked at the intersection of social justice and politics throughout his career. He serves as ASJ’s CEO, overseeing all of ASJ’s state-based teams and reform advocacy efforts, as well as the #TimeDone National Director. Jay co-founded the organization’s #TimeDone campaign to organize people living with past conviction records to eliminate the barriers […]


Executive Assistant to the President & CSJ Executive Director

Terry Rillera is the Executive Assistant to Lenore Anderson and Tinisch Hollins. Previously she was the executive assistant at the California League of Conservation Voters, the nonpartisan political arm of California’s environmental movement, and before that at the Public Policy Institute of California, which performs independent, objective, nonpartisan public policy research. She’s a long-standing volunteer […]


VP, ASJ & National Director, CSSJ

On August 24, 2009, Aswad was 26 years old and just three weeks from going to Europe to play professional basketball. As he left a convenience store, he was approached by two men intent on robbing him and he suffered two near-fatal gunshots to his back, ending his basketball career. Today, Aswad leads ASJ’s organizing […]


President Emeritus of Advisory Board

Robert is a seasoned organizer and campaigner who over the last two decades worked to achieve landmark wins in justice reform in multiple states. Robert is the co-founder of Alliance for Safety and Justice where he oversees all of ASJ’s state-based advocacy strategies and campaigns and the Organizing Director of Californians for Safety and Justice. […]


Senior Manager, TimeDone

Liz Sanchez supports the President and core program areas with program management. Prior to becoming Program Manager, she provided executive and administrative support for the organization. Liz brings several years of experience in administrative support, Spanish interpreting and translation and legal assistance for immigration attorneys. She gained a passion for social justice advocacy from her […]