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Dijonée Talley

Project Manager, Corrections & Reentry

Dijonée Talley is the project manager for the national Reentry 2030 initiative. Prior to joining the CSG Justice Center, Dijonée served as special projects director in the New Haven, Connecticut, Department of Community Resilience, overseeing and coordinating work on violence prevention, reentry, and victim services. Dijonée has a strong background in relationship building/management, project management, evidence-based practices, data analysis, and both criminal legal and juvenile justice issues. Her previous work experience includes serving as a policy analyst for the New Haven Mayor’s Office; a Stoneleigh Foundation Emerging Leader Fellow in Philadelphia, where she designed and piloted a gun violence prevention advocacy program; and a graduate assistant working on research and policy change efforts in policing, gun violence, and public health. Dijonée received her BA in social thought and political economy from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and her MS in criminal justice from the University of New Haven. She is currently a PhD candidate in criminal justice at Temple University. 

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