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Criminal Justice Reform

  • The Factory 1000 Fulton Street San Francisco, CA, 94117 United States (map)

This month, we are sharing stories from three leaders working in and around Criminal Justice Reform:

Gregory Bonds is the Founder & CEO at Project Tradeshow and is also a voice actor and photographer. He's a graduate of Defy Ventures, an entrepreneurship, employment and character development training program for currently and formerly incarcerated men, women, and youth. 

Seth Sundberg is currently the CEO and Founder of Prison Bars, a criminally delicious snack bar company located in San Francisco that hires formerly incarcerated men and women. He too is a graduate of Defy Ventures. 

Matt Haney (The Dream Corps): Matt has been a national leader on ending the school to prison pipeline, including authoring a landmark policy transforming San Francisco's school discipline system. Matt also serves as an elected School Board Member on the San Francisco Unified School District Board of Education

Natrina Gandana (The Last Mile): Natrina is the program manager at The Last Mile which is the first program in the US to provide in-prison software engineering training. The goal is to prepare students for employment as front-end developers and web designers post-release.

Join us for a night that embraces storytelling, the challenges around reforming our criminal justice laws, and three distinct stories navigating the criminal justice system.

Location: Factory (1000 Fulton Street) 
Time: 7pm - 9pm
Cost: $20
 

Earlier Event: February 13
Criminal Justice Reform
Later Event: February 23
The new role of Activism