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. Additionally, Ms. Callahan is a member of Chief Justice Martin’s Equal Access to Justice Commission – Expunctions Working Group.
Paige Cook is a new member of CCJR as a Policy/Development fellow with the Charles Koch Institute. She is from Memphis, TN, and she graduated in 2018 from the University of Memphis with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Political Science. Her role at CCJR is to oversee office management, help develop digital media outreach, and assist with research, education and development when necessary.
The Koch Associate Program is designed to create fellows who are principled social change entrepreneurs, individuals who create value for others and provide mutual benefit to society and their organizations. The Charles Koch Institute is part of the Seminar Network, a large coalition of liberty-focused partners that address community issues such as criminal justice reform, free speech and toleration, corporate welfare, innovation, and promote values of a free and open society.