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Nicole Jarrett
Director, Corrections and Reentry
Dr. Nicole Jarrett directs the Corrections and Reentry Division at the CSG Justice 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. Nicole 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.
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    Grace Beil Call
    Interim Director, State Initiatives
    Grace Beil Call works to improve the administration of state victim programs—including assistance, compensation, and restitution—by working with federal, state, and local leaders. Prior to joining the CSG Justice Center, she was a visiting fellow for the Office for Victims
    of Crime at the U.S. Department of Justice and directed the Victims of Crime Act program for the Office of Crime Victims Advocacy in Washington state. Grace also previously led the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault. She started her work with victims as a volunteer at the Rape Recovery Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. She received her BS in gender studies from the University of Utah.
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  • Quincy Booth
    Quincy Booth
    Deputy Division Director, Corrections and Reentry
    Quincy Booth oversees 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.
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