Jennifer A. Riley-Collins, is a native of Meridian, MS. She is the youngest of the seven children of Joe H. and Bobbye N. Riley. Her greatest role in life is that of mother of her three sons, Joseph, Jonathan, and Joshua and grandmother of Travis Michael.
Tabuthia Bell began at the ACLU of Mississippi in December 2013 as Finance Officer. Prior to the ACLU, she worked at Dewitt Sullivan, CPA and Bruno & Tervalon, LLP. Tabuthia is a graduate of Alcorn State University.
Zakiya Summers is the Director of Communications and Advocacy for the ACLU of Mississippi. Prior to ACLU, she served as Events and Communications Director for One Voice, a policy advocacy organization that works for the benefit of marginalized populations in partnership with com
Aisha Carson is the Advocacy Coordinator for the Sunflower County Systems Change Project, a partnership between the ACLU of Mississippi, Mississippi Center for Justice, Sunflower County Consolidated School District, and Sunflower County Consolidated School District P-16 Engagemen
Blake Feldman is the Advocacy Coordinator for Criminal Justice Reform at the ACLU of Mississippi and a recent graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law.
Katherine Klein is a native of Starkville, Mississippi, and a graduate of the public school system.
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