Our Board of Directors
Fun fact about Ashley: Ashley loves to dance, meditates on a daily basis, and is always down for art projects.
Fun fact about Kirstin: Kirstin’s favorite pastime is hanging out with her cat while binge watching TV shows on Netflix.
Fun fact about Akua: Akua can cook almost anything over an open fire and can set up a camp site in four minutes flat!
Fun fact about Tracie: Tracie enjoys traveling, dancing, yoga and meditation, and spending time with her family.
Fun fact about Cassandra: Cassandra enjoys travel and spending time with family.
Fun Fact about Nikki: Nikki was born as a congenial amputee. She has a blog dedicated to writing about her unique trait! She loves to write gets inspiration to blog from other individuals who aren’t afraid to embrace their differences.
Fun fact about Cindy: When her passport was stolen during a trip to Calcutta, Cindy navigated over and through the corrupt landscape without offering a single bribe to get it replaced—a memory that still serves her during challenging times.
Fun fact about Bradley: Bradley has been skydiving four times and loves to longboard (downhill skateboarding).
Fun fact about Kate: Kate’s garden placed second in the New Garden category of the Delaware Center for Horticulture’s Wilmington City Gardens Competition in 2011!
Robin began her adventures at DCJ in 2014 as a member of Lutheran Volunteer Corps. In 2015, she became a full-time staff member. Previously, she was a social psychology research assistant at Harvard University. Robin came to DCJ with a passion for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, but her time at DCJ has opened her eyes to the world of incarceration and criminal justice, and now she can’t look away.
Fun fact about Robin: Robin always wears vibrant, tacky socks when she visits the Howard R. Young Correctional Institution because she loves to make the correctional officers laugh when they have to check her pant legs for contraband.
Fun fact about Corry: Corry has a sense of adventure and several years ago scaled Mt. Washington, a height of 6,288 feet, in sub-freezing temperatures!