Second Chance Summit 2021

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April 14, 2021
11:00am–12:00pm ET

Virtual event

The Second Chance Summit brings together juvenile justice practitioners, funders, policymakers, case workers and nonprofit organizations to discuss current criminal justice reform efforts. A panel of experts in juvenile justice and post-incarceration service delivery will explore themes from FHI 360's new publication, A New Justice Paradigm: Collaborative Approaches for an Equitable System.

Event details

Featured Guest

Moderator

  • Lisa Johnson, Director, National Institute for Work and Learning, FHI 360

Panelists

  • Andraya Slyter, Chief Operating Officer and Therapist, The RightWay Foundation
  • Barbara Richards, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Project I80
  • Stephen Bishop, Senior Associate, Juvenile Justice Strategy Group, Center for Systems Innovation, The Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • Caitlin Dawkins, Director of Justice Programs, National Institute for Work and Learning, FHI 360
  • Mercedes Garcia, Owner, International Native Nations Network, LLC

About the National Institute for Work and Learning

FHI 360’s National Institute of Work and Learning (NIWL) focuses on two key drivers of individual well-being to improve lives: education and employment. The beneficiaries of our programs are underserved and marginalized populations, people impacted by poverty, displacement from school or employment, involvement with the justice system, and systemic and institutional inequities. Working with foundations, government agencies, school districts, institutions of higher education, businesses, community-based organizations and the workforce system, NIWL fosters collaboration among and across sectors.

About the Compass Rose Collaborative

The Compass Rose Collaborative, an initiative of the Department of Labor’s Reentry Programs, seeks to break the cycle of youth returning to the justice system. Started in 2017, the collaborative guides young adults ages 18-24 out of the justice system and toward successful entry into the workforce and educational systems. The compass rose is a reference to the symbol on maps that helped explorers find their way for generations. The Compass Rose Collaborative is funded 100 percent by the U.S. Department of Labor in the amount of $4.5M. No other sources of funding support this program.

Media Inquiries

For any questions about the event, reach out to our FHI 360 media contact.
Allison Bozniak
Associate Director, Corporate and Regional Communications
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