Adelle Fontanet is an associate director of the Center for Court Innovation’s Tribal Justice Exchange, which provides technical assistance to tribes seeking to develop or enhance their justice systems. Currently, Adelle is working with several tribes to implement federal grants supporting court improvement projects. She also plays a central role in the Tribal Access to Justice and Innovation initiative, which is designed to promote the sharing of information about innovative tribal justice programs around the country. Additionally, Adelle was one of the lead planners for the Red Hook Peacemaking Program and continues to serve as a peacemaker for disputes referred from the court system and other partner agencies. Adelle previously completed a fellowship with the Center, during which she worked at Bronx Community Solutions providing alternatives to incarceration to low-level misdemeanor and adolescent defendants. Adelle has a J.D. from Columbia Law School and a dual bachelor’s degree in English and Anthropology from the University of Florida. She is a licensed attorney in the state of Florida.