Coalition for Juvenile Justice
Exploring the Principles for Change: Youth Homelessness and Juvenile Justice Involvement
The Coalition for Juvenile Justice partnered with the National Network for Youth (NN4Y) and National League of Cities’ (NLC) Institute for Youth, Education, and Families to lead the initiative’s “Collaborating for Change.”
One Way to Save Coalition for Juvenile Justice: Put It Back in Charge of Federal Advisory Body
As we covered last week, the D.C.-based Coalition for Juvenile Justice (CJJ) is hanging on by a financial thread. The organization – which represents and liaisons between the state advisory groups (SAG) created by the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act – has pared down to a shell, employing just a few part-time consultants.
Coalition for Juvenile Justice Names Marie Williams to be Executive Director
The Coalition for Juvenile Justice hired from within and made Marie Williams’ its executive director. Williams has led the 30-year-old, D.C.-based coalition of state advisory groups on juvenile justice since August, when its longtime executive director Nancy Gannon-Hornberger left to run Social Advocates for Youth San Diego.
Hornberger Stepping Down at Coalition for Juvenile Justice
Nancy Gannon Hornberger will resign as executive director of the Washington-based Coalition for Juvenile Justice (CJJ), a national membership group for state advisers on juvenile justice, in August. Hornberger steps down after seven years at the head of the coalition.