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North Carolina Re-Entry Resources

Wendi Eure NC Department of Commerce Reentry Program Coordinator


Dr. Melody Isaak NC Department of Environmental Quality Deputy HR Director for Operations


Jasmine McGhee NC Department of Justice Special Deputy Attorney General

Nicole Sullivan NC Department of Public Safety-ACJJ Deputy Secretary for Analysis, Programming and Policy


Karen Tikkanen NC Community College System Director for Workforce Continuing Education Training and Standards


Lucas Vrbsky NC Veterans Administration Veterans Incarcerated Reentry Specialist

800-469-8262 Ext.5521

Daryl Atkinson Forward Justice Co-Director


Dawn Blagrove Emancipate NC Executive Director 919-607-3217

Daniel Bowes ACLU of North Carolina Director of Policy and Advocacy


Whitley Carpenter Forward Justice Staff Attorney


Dennis Gaddy Community Success Initiative Executive Director

919-715-0111, Ext. 239

Caitlin Metzguer You Can Vote Deputy Director


Kate Fellman You Can Vote Founder, Director


Bill Rowe NC Justice Center Deputy Director for Advocacy, Fair Chance Criminal Justice Project


Kristie Puckett Williams ACLU of North Carolina Manager, Statewide Campaign for Smart Justice


Susan Pollitt Disability Rights North Carolina Supervising Attorney

Amanda Martin Promise Resource Network Certified Peer Support Specialist 980-239-8935





Brian Long 919-268-1996



David Garrett

828-586-1963 Ext.210

Nathan Ramsey 828-251-6622

Steve Lockett

828-287-2281 Ext.264

828-265-5434 Ext.130



Rebecca Sauter (Project Reentry Coordinator)


Lee Worsley (Executive Director)



252-443-6175 Ext.1013

Justin Hembree (Executive Director)

910-323-4191 Ext. 33

Patricia Hammonds


910-274-0347 Ext.213

Katie Bordeaux (Executive Director)


Jennie Bowen 252-974-1815

Dave Whitmer



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