Дата публикации: 2017-06-13 03:40
Public Transportation Directions
The B66 bus stops a half block from the Justice Center, you may take the A,C or F subways to Jay St/Borough Hall and transfer to the B66.
Ketty-Henri Kouame is a court liaison at Brooklyn Justice Initiatives, where works on the Adolescent Diversion Program and the supervised release program. Prior to this role, Ketty was an employment counselor for youth at Enterprise for High School Students in San Francisco. Ketty obtained her BA in counseling psychology with a concentration in documentary filmmaking from Sarah Lawrence College.
Maurice Williams is an outreach specialist at Brooklyn Justice Initiatives. Previously, Mr. Williams interned at the Mary Walker Health Center at the State University of New York at Oswego as a counselor assistant, responding to the medical and health concerns of the college’s diverse student population. Mr. Williams received his . in public justice from SUNY Oswego, and paralegal certification from Pace University.
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Jacqueline Renaud-Rivera is a senior program associate with the Red Hook Responders at the Red Hook Community Justice Center. Her main responsibilities are to respond to the social needs in the community and help residents recover from Hurricane Sandy and any future natural disasters. Before joining the Center, she worked as a department of mental health crisis counselor and counseled those directly affected by Hurricane Sandy in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Prior to this position, she was a parent coordinator with the Board of Education. Mrs. Renaud-Rivera received her . in Criminal Justice from John Jay College, and is a proud, long-time Red Hook resident.
Matthew Watkins is the writer in the Communications department, creating and editing everything from full-length reports to tweets. Previously, Matthew taught European history at New York University and Adelphi University and spent six years as a radio reporter, editor, and documentary producer at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Montreal, Toronto, and Iqaluit, Nunavut. Matthew has a . from McGill University in Philosophy and History and a . in History from NYU.
Chelsea Now profiles the range of problem-solving justice work at our Midtown Communtiy Court , now more than 75 years strong.
Sherene Crawford is the project director of Midtown Community Court where she oversees the court’s long-range planning and day-to-day operations. Prior to joining the Center for Court Innovation, Sherene worked for the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College of Criminal Justice as Deputy Director for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution and as a Senior Policy Advisor. She also previously served as Assistant District Attorney at the New York County District Attorney’s Office. Sherene received her . from New York Law School and her . in Women’s Studies from the University of Minnesota.
GAVIN JUCKETTE (Peter Pan) is thrilled to be flying to Neverland as Peter Pan. His recent credits include playing Dick in High Fidelity the musical , Jack in Into the Woods , and various ensemble features in Wizard of Oz, Hairspray, and White Christmas. Gavin was born and raised in Missouri where he earned his BFA in Musical Theatre. He travels the country performing and lives in Los Angeles in between. He thanks his friends and family for their support, and Amy for all she does!