As an individual with justice involvement, Fortune Executive Vice President Stanley Richards brings a vital perspective to the New York City Board of Corrections. Now on The Epoch Times, learn more about Stanley's inspiring story of transforming a difficult past into a passion for helping others.
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The Fortune Society, one of the nation’s most respected nonprofit organizations serving and advocating for formerly incarcerated individuals, today announced the appointment of Andre Ward as Associate Vice President (AVP) of Employment Services and Education. Three veteran staff members – Ronald Day, MPA, Rick Pantaleoni, LCSW, and Robin L Robin – also receive well-deserved promotions. All are effective immediately.READ MORE
In this podcast episode, radio host Bill Ayres sits down with JoAnne Page, our President and CEO, and Stanley Richards, our Executive Vice President, to discuss The Fortune Society's mission and the current state of criminal justice in New York City.READ MORE
This is an important step forward for criminal justice reform in New York City. Individuals with justice involvement will have greater opportunities to access safe housing thanks to a landmark investigation and settlement by the NYC Commission on Human Rights. Read insights from JoAnne Page, our President and CEO.READ MORE
For individuals with justice involvement who return home from lengthy sentences, today's technology can feel overwhelming. Tech 101, a new course through the Prisoner Reentry Institue (PRI) at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, helps them cross the digital divide, helping them access easy ways to connect with job prospects, educational opportunities, and more.READ MORE