Advancing Successful Reintegration for Every Person: Reentry 2030 National Launch

Watch Broadcast: Previously aired Thursday, April 21, 2022

Advancing Successful Reintegration for Every Person: Reentry 2030 National Launch will featured thought leaders from across the country discussing how states can better scale-up access to supports, clear away barriers to opportunities and economic mobility, and work to advance racial equity by joining the Reentry 2030 movement.

Watch the broadcast and learn how Reentry 2030 can help amplify statewide efforts and build momentum, give states the opportunity to learn from each other in real-time as they work on similar goals, and ultimately see significant advances in reentry and reintegration on a national level by 2030.

Reentry 2030 is a national initiative to achieve better and more equitable reentry and reintegration outcomes by engaging states to adopt public, ambitious goals that drive system change. It is also a partnership between the Correctional Leaders Association, The Council of State Governments Justice Center, and JustLeadershipUSA. The event and initiative are supported by Arnold Ventures, and the U.S. Department of Justice‚Äôs Bureau of Justice Assistance. Additional funding is provided by the Tow Foundation and Microsoft.


Thank you to our guest speakers:

Opening and keynote remarks

U.S. Representative Danny K. Davis, 7th District of Illinois 

U.S. Senator Robert Jones Portman, Ohio 

Amy Solomon, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice

Roundtable discussion

Dylan Hayre, Director of Criminal Justice, Arnold Ventures 

DeAnna Hoskins, President and CEO, JustLeadershipUSA 

Anne Precythe, Director, Missouri Department of Corrections 

Tom Robbins, Contributing Writer, The Marshall Project

Senator Elgie R. Sims, Jr., State Senator, 17th District, Illinois General Assembly 

Reentry 2030: Perspectives

John Agnew, Substance Abuse Center of Kansas

Shounda Edward, Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Louisiana

James Hodgkins, Goodwill Industries of Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties

Justin Thomas, Ripple Affect Media