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Bryan Stevenson introduced client and honoree Joe Sullivan at our 2018 annual dinner.
Senior attorneys (from left) Aaryn Urell, Charlotte Morrison, Cathleen Price, and Angie Setzer
Chief Operations Manager Ayisha Abdur-Rahman (left), Staff Assistants Ashanta Young (center) and Mamie Gaines (right).
Staff attorney John Dalton at an EJI event.
Community Educator Anthony Ray Hinton (left) and Program Manager Jonathan Kubakundimana at a community event.
Project and Site Manager Josh Cannon (right) explains progress on the construction of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice.
EJI client Donald Brown (left) with Deputy Director Randy Susskind at an EJI event.
Oprah Winfrey reported on the opening of our Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in April 2018 for 60 Minutes.
Sonia Kapadia, Deputy Director of Strategic Initiatives
EJI attorneys (from left) Mickey Hubbard, Ashley Adams, Bryan Stevenson, Angie Setzer, and Randy Susskind took Vernon Madison’s case to the Supreme Court—and won.
Lynda Black, Staff Assistant, has been with EJI for over 10 years.
Our team of 70 site staff members create unforgettable experiences for visitors to our museum and memorial.
Joe Sullivan (center) with his PREP re-entry program team.
Senior attorneys (from left) Jackie Jones-Peace, Alicia D’Addario, and Cathleen Price
EJI staff in our conference room with Director Bryan Stevenson (far right).
EJI’s development team, led by Director of Development Jackie Jones-Peace (center).
EJI employs over two dozen lawyers, program staff working on racial justice, and highly skilled managers, administrators, and staff who sustain operations.