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THE BIG FESTIVAL ABOUT SMALL CITIES
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Wednesday, April 10 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Second Chance Cities: How Does Your Community Best Integrate the Formerly Incarcerated?

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Tim Heaphy

Founder and Board Chairman, The Fountain Fund
Timothy Heaphy founded The Fountain Fund in 2016 and currently serves as Chairman of its Board of Directors. The Fund provides low interest loans to formerly incarcerated men and women in Central Virginia. Mr. Heaphy is a former federal prosecutor, working for 12 years as an Assistant... Read More →

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José Cisneros

San Francisco Treasurer, Office of the Treasurer and Tax Collector
José Cisneros is the elected Treasurer for the City and County of San Francisco. As Treasurer, he serves as the City’s banker and Chief Investment Officer, managing all tax and revenue collection for San Francisco. In office since 2004, Cisneros has used his experience in the tech... Read More →
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Chas Moore

Executive Director, Austin Justice Coalition
Chas Moore is the Cofounder of the Austin, Texas based - Austin Justice Coalition a grassroots activist-led organization aimed at demanding criminal justice reform and building community at both the local and national level. An advocate for the underserved, Chas champions efforts... Read More →
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Joanne Page

President/CEO, The Fortune Society
JoAnne Page has over 40 years’ experience in criminal justice, with the last 30 of those years at the helm of The Fortune Society. Under Ms. Page’s stewardship, The Fortune Society has been recognized as a national leader in criminal justice advocacy and as a pioneer in assisting... Read More →
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Josh Spickler

Executive Director, Just City - Memphis
Josh is the executive director at Just City, an advocacy organization pursuing smarter criminal justice policies for Memphis and Tennessee. Too often, a person’s path through the criminal justice system is determined by wealth, and the burdens of that involvement can persist for... Read More →
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Yulise Waters

Director of Dallas County Programs, Lone Star Justice Alliance
Yulise Reaves Waters, Esq. is the Director of Dallas Programs for Lone Star Justice Alliance, where she oversees the programmatic, data, and community engagement aspects of the Second Chance Community Improvement Program (SCCIP). Previously, Waters was an Assistant City Attorney and... Read More →

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