Cierra Negron-Saullo joined Justice 360 as a legal assistant in June 2022. She is a graduate of Newberry College and John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology. She also obtained her master’s degree with a specialization in Criminal Law & Procedure…. Read More →
Rosalind Major joined Justice 360 as a Craig N. Yankwitt Capital Punishment Fellow in September 2022. She is a graduate of Davidson College and Cornell Law School. While in law school, Rosalind worked with the Capital Punishment Clinic, the International Human Rights Clinic, and the Women’s Decarceration Practicum. She also spent a summer interning at… Read More →
Millicent Lann joined Justice 360 as the Development and Outreach Coordinator with an expansive background that spans this entire state, in Business Development, Leadership/Management, Diversity and Inclusion, Higher Education, Marketing and Nonprofit Fund Development. She has a Master of Business Administration, with an emphasis in Leadership/Management from Webster and Strayer Universities, and a Bachelor of… Read More →
Allison Franz joined Justice 360 as a Craig N. Yankwitt Capital Punishment Fellow in September 2021. She is a graduate of Cornell University and Cornell Law School and a native of Buffalo, New York. While at Cornell, Ali interned with Justice 360 and the Capital Habeas Unit for the Southern District of Ohio.
Brendan Van Winkle
Brendan Van Winkle joined Justice 360 in September 2020. He is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law. While in Austin, Brendan interned at the Office of Capital and Forensic Writs and the Federal Defender’s Capital Habeas Unit. He also interned at the Center for Death Penalty Litigation and the ACLU Capital… Read More →
Hannah Freedman joined our organization in September 2017. She is a graduate of Duke University and Cornell Law School and a proud native of Clemson. Prior to joining Justice 360, Hannah served as a law clerk to Judge Richard C. Wesley of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and Justice Harold E…. Read More →