Board of Directors
The Council is governed by a Board of Directors, composed of some of the most accomplished leaders in criminal justice and public policy. The Board is chaired by Laurie Robinson, who twice served as Assistant Attorney General in charge of the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs.
George Mason University
Faith & Freedom Coalition
CUNY Institute for State and Local Governance
Development Committee Chair
Major & Principal Gifts,
Environmental Defense Fund
Membership Committee Chair
National Legal Aid and Defender Association
Board of Trustees
Co-chaired by Sally Yates and Mark Holden, the Board of Trustees includes a diverse range of influential and innovative leaders representing a broad spectrum of professions, disciplines, and political perspectives. Trustees help shape the Council's policy and research agenda and also select Council members, serve on Task Forces, and provide guidance on how the Council can best serve the criminal justice field.