Megan Quattlebaum, Director
As director of the CSG Justice Center, Megan Quattlebaum leads a staff of approximately 120 who work across an array of specialties that span the criminal justice continuum to develop research-driven strategies to increase public safety and strengthen communities. Before joining the organization, Megan most recently served as a research scholar in law and the program director of the Justice Collaboratory at the Yale Law School, where she taught as well as developed and oversaw research projects and led the organization’s work on behalf of the National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice; she was also the Senior Liman Fellow in Residence for the Arthur Liman Center for Public Interest Law. She has also served as a lecturer in law at Columbia Law School. She has also served as a practicing criminal and civil defense attorney with Zuckerman Spaeder LLP in New York and an Arthur Liman Public Interest Fellow and attorney at the Neighborhood Legal Services Association in Pittsburgh. In addition, she clerked for the Hon. Julio M. Fuentes of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. She received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College and her JD from the Yale Law School.

Marshall Clement, Deputy Director Policy & Strategic Planning
Marshall Clement provides strategic leadership across the breadth of the CSG Justice Center’s policy and programmatic work to increase public safety and strengthen communities. Previously, Marshall served as the organization’s division director of state initiatives. Over a 13-year tenure at the CSG Justice Center, Marshall led the growth and evolution of the Justice Reinvestment program, which assists policymakers seeking to reduce spending on corrections and reinvest these savings in strategies that lower recidivism rates and increase public safety. As part of this process, Marshall coordinated the work of a team of policy analysts and national experts to analyze corrections data and policy and develop policy options for policymakers in 27 states. He regularly facilitated meetings among judicial and state agency officials and testified before legislative committees in various states across the country; his findings have been used to inform policy initiatives that have enjoyed overwhelming bipartisan support. Marshall received his BA in public policy with honors from Brown University.
Michael Clark, Director Communications and External Affairs
Michael Clark leads the CSG Justice Center’s strategic communications efforts, including the execution of media-related strategies, the development of publications, and the coordination of its digital properties. In addition, he plays a leadership role in the organization’s national campaigns, as well as oversees its Government Affairs operation and manages key external partnerships. Mike previously managed the CSG Justice Center’s public relations. Prior to joining the CSG Justice Center, Mike worked as a journalist for The Hartford Courant, The Press of Atlantic City, and The New York Post, covering a wide range of issues including state and local government and politics, public safety, tourism, and business. He later transitioned into public relations, serving in management positions at two New York PR agencies and representing a variety of companies and nonprofit organizations. He holds a BA in journalism from the University of Connecticut. 
Ayesha Delany-Brumsey, Director Behavioral Health
Ayesha Delany-Brumsey oversees the Behavioral Health Division and its various portfolios, which focus on how parts of the criminal justice system intersect with the mental health, substance addiction, and homeless systems, among others. Before joining the organization, Ayesha was most recently the director of Behavioral Health Research and Programming at the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice in NYC. Prior to that, she was the director of the Substance Use and Mental Health program at the Vera Institute. She received her PhD in clinical psychology from University of California, Los Angeles.
Nicole Jarrett, Director Corrections & Reentry
Nicole Jarrett directs the Corrections and Reentry Division at the CSG Justice Center, as well as the National Reentry Resource Center. She previously served as the division's deputy director, guiding the organization's grantee technical assistance, coordinating support to jurisdictions that are developing and implementing diversion, treatment, and reentry initiatives. Dr. Jarrett previously served as the director of health policy research at the National Medical Association, where she led projects to strengthen the public health safety net and improve the quality of care provided in underserved communities. She also served as the director of community health policy at the Baltimore City Health Department, where she directed the city’s participation in the Community Voices: Healthcare for the Underserved Initiative. She received her BS from Rutgers University, her PhD in health policy and management from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Center of Behavioral Health Services and Criminal Justice Research at Rutgers University.
Elizabeth Lyon, Division Director State Initiatives
Elizabeth K. Lyon oversees the technical support provided to states implementing justice reinvestment legislation. Since joining the CSG Justice Center in 2012, Elizabeth has provided tailored technical assistance to and worked with leaders in eight states to ensure that the policies enacted achieve the projected outcomes to reduce spending on corrections and to reinvest in strategies to improve public safety. Previously, Elizabeth was the director of governmental relations for the State Bar of Michigan, where she directed the public policy program that included a large state and federal agenda. She holds a BA from the James Madison College at Michigan State University.
Monica Peters, Acting Director Research Division
Monica Peters oversees research and conducts data analysis for CSG Justice Center projects. Prior to joining the organization, she was a research analyst with the Texas Juvenile Justice Department, where she where she maintained and analyzed data for all juvenile 
probation departments in the state. Monica earned her BA and MA in sociology from the University of Oklahoma.
Kenya Salaudeen, Director Human Resources
As a member of the CSG Justice Center senior management team, Kenya Salaudeen plays a key role in the delivery of HR programs. Prior to joining the Justice Center, Kenya served as director of human resources for the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA). In this capacity, she oversaw the administration of all personnel programs and the staffing of public housing developments, central offices, and all other NYCHA locations with more than 11,000 employees, and also oversaw the agency’s labor relations program. Before her time with NYCHA, Kenya served as Vice President at HELP/PSI, a healthcare and social services organization, where she revamped the recruitment and hiring processes, and designed and implemented programs in both employee health benefits and employee recognition. Kenya has also served as Assistant Director for Benefits and Policies at Harlem Children’s Zone, where she provided human resource support to employees at 20 locations across New York City. She is currently an adjunct lecturer for the City University of New York, School of Professional Studies and volunteers as a mediator of small claims cases. Kenya holds a BA in Sociology from Hunter College, and graduated summa cum laude with an MS in Organizational Leadership from Mercy College.
Margaret Schramm Horn, Deputy Director Finance, Operations & Administration
Margaret Schramm Horn began her career working for JPMorgan Chase in New York in the treasury and risk management areas as a federal funds trader before transferring to Panama, where she developed the Asset/Liability Management and Foreign Exchange Trading departments. Upon her return to the U.S., Margaret managed JPMorgan Chase’s Chicago Regional Treasury office, where she supervised the money market, government, municipal, and foreign exchange sales teams. After moving to Prudential Financial, she served as chief administrative officer of Prudential’s International Investments division, which comprises the on-shore international asset management group and the offshore mutual funds. She was responsible for the overall management of Prudential’s investment businesses in Mexico, Taiwan, Korea, Italy, Germany, Japan, and Brazil, with AUM and AUA of $124 billion. Later, at Goldman Sachs, she worked in the audit department of the Investment Management division. She received her BBA from the University of Notre Dame, her MBA from Columbia University, and her MDiv at Yale University.