Tarrah Callahan is the Executive Director of Conservatives for Criminal Justice Reform, a nonprofit organization in Raleigh, NC that provides education and advocacy for conservative led solutions that improve efficiency and effectiveness in our state’s criminal justice system.
Ms. Callahan serves on the Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee, which is charged with overseeing implementation of the raise the age legislation. She has been involved in nonprofit advocacy in North Carolina for over ten years prior to founding CCJR.
April Parker is the Policy and Development Coordinator for Conservatives for Criminal Justice Reform. Before joining CCJR, she worked on multiple campaigns that empowered the conservative voice. She recently graduated with a Master’s in Liberal Arts, with a concentration in Government, from Harvard University. Before enrolling in graduate school, she attended North Carolina State University where she earned a Bachelor’s in Political Science. April is passionate about inspiring change in the criminal justice system and plans to use her work and academic experience to cultivate innovative ideas and educate others on criminal justice policy.