Danielle Malangone is the Director of National Anti-Trafficking Strategies at the Center for Court Innovation providing assistance to jurisdictions across the country in planning, implementing, and strengthening their responses to human trafficking. Prior to this role, she oversaw a wide range of consulting projects at the Center on topics such as problem-solving court coordination, evidence-based practice, risk-need assessments, prosecutor-led diversion, and project planning and evaluation. She also served as the deputy director of the Midtown Community Court, directing its clinical and workforce development operations, as well as its research and planning projects. While there, she oversaw the design and implementation of the court’s updated responses to prostitution and human trafficking. Mrs. Malangone was an Adjunct Professor at New School University where she developed a class on domestic sex trafficking. Before joining the Center in 2005, she worked as a clinical supervisor for the Brooklyn TASC program, where her work helped create alternatives to incarceration for offenders with co-occurring substance use and mental illness. Mrs. Malangone is a graduate of Coro Leadership New York XVIII. She holds a B.A. from Oswego State University and an M.A. in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
- Human Trafficking and the Courts: Viewers’ Guide to 'From Defendant to Survivor'
- From Defendant to Survivor: How Courts are Responding to Human Trafficking
- Integrating Procedural Justice in Domestic Violence Cases: A Practice Guide
- Forging Partnerships Across Court-Support Organizations: Lessons from the Human Trafficking and the State Courts Collaborative
- Responding to Sex Trafficking in Your Jurisdiction: A Planning Toolkit
- How Community Advisory Boards Can Assist the Work of the Justice System
- Prostitution Diversion Programs