Mara Roth

Richardson Public Service Fellow/Parole Reform A native of Boston, Mass., Mara joined OJPC in July 2019 as a Richardson Public Service Fellow. She works primarily with attorney Tiffanny Smith on parole reform through advocacy, legislation, and litigation in addition to assisting with legal research and organizing community outreach materials and events. Mara is committed to fighting for a just […]

Laura Beverly

Laura Beverly joined OJPC in January 2019. Her career spans over 20 years working for small non-profit organizations. Most recently, Laura served as General Manager of Legacies Upscale Resale, a non-profit consignment and donation store where she began volunteering in 2001 and served as Assistant Manager from 2002 to 2012. During her five year tenure […]

Kevin Werner

Kevin Werner joined OJPC in May 2019 and is the primary staff member responsible for policy advocacy and lobbying initiatives. Since being “ruined for life” by the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in 2000, Kevin has spent his career working in social justice-oriented organizations defending and advocating for individuals on the margins of society. Kevin fought for […]

Verjine Adanalian

Verjine Adanalian joined the Ohio Justice and Policy Center in June 2018 as an Equal Justice Works Crime Victims Justice Corps Legal Fellow. She provides legal services, outreach, and education to address legal needs resulting from human trafficking and a variety of civil legal issues arising from victimization. Verjine spent the majority of her law […]

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Congratulations, David!

OJPC Executive Director receives high honor from Northern Kentucky University Hopefully, you recognize this guy: It’s OJPC’s fearless leader, David Singleton. In addition to leading the pack of “honey badgers” at OJPC, David is a law professor at Northern Kentucky University’s Chase College of Law. He is a busy man, but completely committed to everything […]