Director of Community Health and Safety Strategies
Jillian Shagan is the director of community health and safety strategies for the Center for Court Innovation. She has worked on a variety of court and community-based initiatives citywide, including most recently a pre-trial supervised release program for misdemeanor offenders in Brooklyn. She also led the planning team for Save Our Streets (SOS) South Bronx and oversees the Center’s gun violence prevention efforts. She supervises several Center projects, including the Crown Heights Community Mediation Center (which she previously directed) and the Harlem Community Justice Center. Ms. Shagan also oversees the Center’s development department and is responsible for coordinating all Center-wide fundraising and grants management efforts. Before joining the Center, Ms. Shagan directed the legal division of Lutheran Family and Community Services, an immigration and refugee resettlement agency, where she managed three church-based community immigration clinics. She received her B.A. from Oberlin College and her law degree from the New York University School of Law.