This panel brought together speakers who have experience working with coalitions and across stakeholder groups to move transformation forward, and working with groups who have diverse backgrounds to create a shared vision for the future.
Stephen Bishop of the Annie E. Casey Foundation talks about how to impact the field of juvenile justice on a national level while stressing the importance of a shared vision.
Katherine Weinstein Miller, Chief Juvenile Probation Officer of the San Francisco Juvenile Probation Department, speaks about how systems leaders can best acknowledge harms.
Elijah Norris-Holliday, Founder and Executive Director of Project Restore Minnesota, discusses the various types of supports that young people need to thrive and the role of community in providing support.
Co-Chair, Youth Correctional Leaders for Justice
Project Restore Minnesota
Chief Juvenile Probation Officer,
San Francisco Juvenile Probation Department
Probation and System Transformation,
The Annie E. Casey Foundation