Former Deputy Division Director, Corrections and Reentry
Quincy Booth oversaw economic mobility projects. Quincy has held senior roles at the Washington, DC, Mayor’s Office and was deputy director of the District’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. As director of the DC Department of Corrections, Quincy developed a strategic vision for reentry reform, including trauma-informed care and the nationally recognized Young Men Emerging program. He increased GED and Career and Technical Education course enrollments and partnered with higher education institutions to improve post-secondary degree access for people returning to their communities. As former vice president of the Correctional Leaders Association, Quincy is keenly aware of the challenges correctional leaders face in preparing people for reentry. Quincy holds an MPA and a BS in marketing from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.