LARRP STEERING COMMITTEE

The Steering Committee is composed of experienced reentry service providers, criminal justice reformers, and public sector representatives, and is the governing body for LARRP. While the Executive Committee guides the internal management of the network, the Steering Committee guides all of LARRP’s services and policy work.

Chair

Doug Bond, LARRP CoFounder and President and CEO of Amity Foundation, Mr. Bond leads all facets of the organization, bringing his exceptional skills as a community-builder and visionary leader seeking continual systemic improvements for marginalized populations. Read More

 

Vice Chair

Michael Graff-Weisner, Vice President of Strategy & External Relations,
 ChrysalisMichael Graff-Weisner joined Chrysalis in 2007, and currently serves in the role of VP of Strategy & External Relations. Read More

Veronica Lewis, Division Director of HOPICS (Homeless Outreach Program/Integrated Care System Division, Special Service for Groups) Veronica Lewis, Master of Public of Administration is a recognized leader in Los Angeles County in the Homeless Services and Reentry sectors and is the Director of the Homeless Outreach Program/Integrated Care System Division of Special Service for Groups (SSG/HOPICS) Read More

Maria Alexander, Executive Director, Center for Living & Learning
Maria “Alex’ Alexander has served as Executive Director of Center for Living and Learning since 2005, after graduating from the apprenticeship program and completing an executive management program. Her most recent training was a year long, executive director leadership program through Executive Service Corps. Read More

Mark Faucette, Director, BHCIP, Behavioral Health Continuum Infrastructure Program Advocates for Human Potential and LARRP Co-Founder. CalHHS infrastructure funding, alongside significant new state and federal investments in homelessness, healthcare delivery reform, and the social safety net, will address historic gaps in the behavioral health and long-term care continuum to meet growing demand for services and supports across the lifespan. More


LARRP CoFounder Lynne Elena Lyman
is an organizer and policy expert working to end mass incarceration and racial discrimination in government institutions and systems. With an M.P.A. from Harvard and a B.S. from UC Berkeley, Lynne’s career has spanned community organizing, political campaigns, government service, civil rights advocacy, and criminal legal system and drug policy reform. More

Adam Siegal, Community Outreach CoordinatorBeit T’Shuvah - Adam began serving as a spiritual conunselor at Beit T’Shuvah in 2010 and currently oversees its social action and community service initiatives.   Originally from Cleveland, OH, Adam grauated from Miami University (OH) with a BS in Business Administration and began his career by working for Internet start-ups.  Read More

Rev. Dr. Larry Foy, Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, Regional Program Director, Los Angeles. The Rev. Dr. Larry W. Foy leads our Justice Not Jails program. He is a public theologian, social ethicist, and community activist. His educational background, training, and life experience has contributed to his development as a Christian scholar and passionate advocate for social justice. Read More

Janie Hodge, Executive Director, Paving the Way Foundation

Janie Hodge is the Founder and Executive Director of Paving the Way Foundation formed in 2006 as a 501(c) 3 charitable organization designed to give a “Hand up for a Hand out”.  Mrs. Hodge facilitates and manages an inside the prison walls life skills program on the Honor yard and the Transition (C) yard for the California Prison Los Angeles at Lancaster. Read More

Jose Osuna,  Founder Osuna Consulting and Restore INK  is the first ever Housing Justice Manager for Brilliant Corners, a statewide housing organization, as well as the Principal Consultant for Osuna Consulting and Co-Founder of Restore INK, a nonprofit in Long Beach, California targeted at serving gang impacted and formerly incarcerated individuals. Read More
Brittany Smith, LCSW- Program Director of Housing with Homeless Health Care Los Angeles has experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders since 2018. Ms. Smith earned her Master’s in Social work at the University of Southern California and is committed to providing long-term client-centered-care and support for individuals experiencing homelessness. Ms. Smith works collaboratively with the Department of Health Services Office of Diversion and Reentry (ODR) using a harm reduction approach to serve individuals experiencing mental, physical and/ or substance use needs receive the long-term community based- care and services.

Paul Seeman Kanawha Consulting , co-chair of the LARRP Education Committee. Paul has 40 years of experience in criminal justice reform issues, as a former attorney, court commissioner, and judge in Alameda County. He was a founder and chair of the Alameda County Collaborative Juvenile Court. Read More

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