Sarah attended the University of Evansville in Evansville, IN, where she studied philosophy and English literature. Sarah brings almost 20 years of experience in the fundraising field. She joined OJPC in 2011, where she focuses on financial development.
Jorge joined the OJPC in 2012 and his work focuses on the impact that discrimination and racial profiling in the criminal justice system has on the minority population.
Pam received her J.D. from Georgetown University in 1978 and her B.A. in Greek with honors from Wellesley College. Pam joined OJPC in March 2010 as a staff attorney and manages our work on the Collateral Sanctions Database (CIVICC).
Judge Mark P. Painter served as a judge for 30 years (1982 to 2012), first for 13 years on the Hamilton County Municipal Court, followed by 14 years on the Ohio Court of Appeals, and then three years as one of seven judges (and the only American) on the United Nations Appeals Tribunal. Painter has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Cincinnati since 1990, and was named Distinguished Visiting Professor in 2008. He joined the law firm Manley Burke in June of 2012.
Sasha Naiman began at OJPC as a paralegal advocate. After leaving to obtain her J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis, she returned in 2012 as a staff attorney. She now leads the Second Chance Project.