Paulette Brown, Esq.
Founder & Principal MindSetPower LLC; Past President American Bar Association & National Bar Association
Robin A. Lenhardt, Esq.
Professor, Georgetown Law Center
B. John Pendleton, Jr., Esq.
Executive Vice President of Legal & Corporate Affairs, PARTS iD, Inc.
Kenneth Y. Tanji
Executive Vice President and CFO, Prudential Financial, Inc.
Douglas S. Eakeley, Esq.
Alan V. Lowenstein Professor of Corporate and Business Law, Rutgers University School of Law
John J. Farmer, Jr., Esq.
Director of Eagleton Institute of Politics, University Professor of Law, Justice Alan B. Handler Scholar, Director of Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience at Rutgers University
Paul J. Fishman, Esq.
Partner, Arnold & Porter
Michael D. Francis, Esq.
Managing Member, Safety First Systems
Jerome C. Harris, Jr.
President, The Harris Organization, LLC
Ryan P. Haygood, Esq.
President & CEO, New Jersey Institute for Social Justice
Rev. Timothy Adkins-Jones, Ph.D.
Pastor, Bethany Baptist Church, Newark
Public Television Journalist, 26-time Emmy Award winner, “Due Process”
Dr. John H. Lowenstein, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, New York University
Communications, Government Affairs Adviser
Chief of External Strategy and Affairs, LatinoJustice PRLDEF
Patricia Nachtigal, Esq.
Formerly Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Ingersoll-Rand Co. Ltd.
Darrell K. Terry, Sr.
President and Chief Executive Officer, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of New Jersey
Martin Vergara II
Managing Director Global Head of Talent Acquisition, Morgan Stanley
Founder & CEO @ LTMA Capital
Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Ph.D.
Chair, Women’s & Gender Studies, New Jersey City University
The Honorable Dickinson R. Debevoise (Trustee Emeritus)*
Zulima V. Farber (Trustee Emerita)
Of Counsel, Lowenstein Sandler LLP
Nicholas deB. Katzenbach (Trustee Emeritus)*
Roger A. Lowenstein (Emeritus)
Founder, Los Angeles Leadership Academy
Theodore V. Wells, Jr. (Emeritus)
The Democracy and Justice Policy Analyst will specifically work to advance issues of voting rights restoration and a broader civic engagement for the formerly incarcerated. This person will help with policy and advocacy strategies and public education campaigns, in addition to leading coalitions of impacted persons, helping convene community meetings, and participating in conferences. Through this work, the Policy Analyst will cultivate relationships with leading community leaders, lawyers, government officials, academics, impacted persons and communities, and organizing/advocacy experts.
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Please email your cover letter, college transcripts, resume, two professional writing samples on which you are the primary author, and three professional references to email@example.com. Please submit your application materials via Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF. Include all attachments in a single email stating, in the subject line, “Democracy & Justice Policy Analyst.”
The Institute seeks a dedicated, highly qualified individual for a paid communications & marketing internship. The ideal candidate for this position will have a deep commitment to social justice work and familiarity with social media, media relations and journalism. Please submit inquiries or applications (including a cover letter, resume, three references and a writing sample) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Communications & Marketing Internship Overview
The Communications & Marketing Intern will report to the Communications and Design Manager and the Communications & Digital Media Manager. The role will provide support to the Communications & Marketing team and its work across each of the Institute’s programs as well as the team’s overall branding and promotional efforts. Specifically, the Intern will take on the following roles and responsibilities, with support from supervisors:
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The New Jersey Institute for Social Justice is seeking a dynamic and experienced Director of
People Operations to lead the HR function in our mission-driven organization. This role plays
a crucial part in supporting our cutting-edge racial and social justice work, advocating for
systemic reform in economic justice, criminal justice reform, and democracy and justice.
1. Strategic HR Leadership:
2. Talent Acquisition and Management:
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