Event Pass Information Event Pass TypeQuantity Attendee 0 1 Event Details Incarceration is at the heart of major debates in both architecture and government. Even as New York City and State change decades-long policies around criminal justice, major questions remain about how conditions can be improved for all those associated with U.S. systems of incarceration. This conference will examine how architects and policymakers can use design to improve life post-incarceration. It will bring together designers, criminal justice reform advocates, elected officials, agency officials, and housing experts to discuss design solutions to the challenges people face after their release from jail or prison. PROGRAM 8:30 -9:00 am – Introduction 9:00 - 10:00 am – Panel 1: The Problem of Incarceration Moderator: Frank Greene, FAIA, Vice President, Justice Sector Leader, STV Jeff Mellow, Professor, John Jay College Dr. Topeka K. Sam, Founder and Executive Director, Ladies of Hope Ministries Hernandez Stroud, Counsel, Brennan Center 10:30 - 11:30 am – Panel 2: Current Debates on Post-Incarceration Moderator: Insha Rahman, Vice President of Advocacy and Partnerships, Vera Institute Rebecca Brown, Director of Policy, Innocence Project Zellnor Myrie, 20th District, NYS Senate 11:45 am 12:45 pm – Panel 3: Built Environment Solutions Moderator: Jerrod Delaine, Professor, Pratt Institute Nadine Maleh, Director, Housing Systems, Community Solutions Stanley Richards, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Fortune Society Cynthia Stuart, Chief Operating Officer, Supportive Housing Network of New York 12:45 pm - 1:00 pm – Conclusion This event is offered in person; COVID-19 vaccinations and face masks are strongly encouraged for all visitors. Read our full Health and Safety Protocol here.