Lucretia Murphy is an associate vice president at JFF and director of the Center for Justice and Economic Advancement. Her work focuses on people and places—developing integrated strategies that increase economic opportunity for individuals and economic prosperity for communities—with a focus on economic mobility for individuals who have been involved with the criminal justice system. Previously, Lucretia was executive director of the See Forever Foundation where she oversaw the operations of four schools that put young people on trajectories for achievement—an alternative middle school, a high school, a school for young adults ages 16-24, and a school in a juvenile facility. She is a member of the boards of Child Trends and BreakFree Education.
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