This program was live-streamed and recorded.
Opening Panel: Building Political Consensus on Criminal Justice Reform
The Annual Meeting’s justice-themed programming will begin with a discussion of how bi-partisan movement on justice reform is happening, why it’s happening and what are the roadblocks ahead.
Mike Pratt, President & Executive Director, The Scherman Foundation
Mark Holden, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Koch Industries
David Yassky, Dean, Pace Law School
Kenneth Zimmerman, Director, US Programs, Open Society Foundations
Malika Saada Saar, Public Policy and Government Relations Senior Counsel-Civil and Human Rights, Google
Plan on being inspired by Philanthropy New York's signature PHIL Talks -- dynamic short presentations in rapid-fire succession by fascinating individuals who are making extraordinary change on justice reform issues.
Charles Nuñez, Community Advocate, Youth Represent
Glenn E. Martin, Founder, JustLeadershipUSA
Andrea Ritchie, Soros Justice Fellow, Co-author: “Say Her Name,” “Roadmap for Change” and “Queer (In)Justice”
Liza Jessie Peterson, playwright-performer, “The Peculiar Patriot,” MAPP International Productions
Headline Panel: Rethinking American Justice
Ken Monteiro, General Counsel & Vice President, Ford Foundation
Michelle Alexander, Author of “The New Jim Crow,” Civil Rights and Legal Scholar, and Senior Fellow at Ford Foundation
Hon. Jonathan Lippman, former Chief Judge, State of New York, Latham & Watkins LLP, Of Counsel and Chair of the Independent Commission on New York City Criminal Justice and Incarceration Reform
Nicholas Turner, President and Director, Vera Institute of JusticeModerated by:
Erik Eckholm, (Moderator), National Legal Correspondent, the New York Times
Philanthropy New York’s annual meeting is an exclusive event for PNY members and invited guests.
* Registration is currently closed and was required by May 1, 2016. A RSVP is required to attend in person.