Jessica Flintoft facilitates criminal justice reform at local and state levels. She works to implement progressive policies and programs that elevate the rights of people involved in the criminal justice system, promote racial and gender justice, and improve the ability of the public to participate in the governance of their criminal justice systems. Prior to launching her work as an independent consultant in 2014, she was the founding Director of the Reentry Division of the San Francisco Adult Probation Department, and founding Reentry Policy Director of the Reentry Council of the City & County of San Francisco and the San Francisco Safe Communities Reentry Council (SCRC) of the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office. In these capacities, Ms. Flintoft was responsible for the design and implementation of Public Safety Realignment and reentry services, an array of interagency planning and evaluation efforts, and local policy reforms. Ms. Flintoft has over 15 years of experience in group facilitation and strategic planning, program development and evaluation, policy analysis, fund development, and management. She graduated cum laude from Cornell University with a degree in American Studies in 1999, and received her Master of Public Policy from the University of California at Berkeley in 2004. She has been formally recognized by the City & County of San Francisco for her contributions, and is a recipient of 2011 In the Trenches award from the San Francisco Senior Ex-Offender Program.
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