Kaitlin Kall works with the National Resource Center on Reaching Victims (NRC), focusing on survivors with histories of incarceration. She has been with the Vera Institute of Justice since 2012, where her work centers on extending victim services to under-served survivors of violence, particularly people who have been incarcerated; implementing the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA); and safely reducing jail incarceration. Prior to coming to Vera, Kaitlin worked with youth in under-served communities, including young people in juvenile confinement settings. She is an active volunteer in men’s and women’s prisons in California through the Freedom to Choose Project. Kaitlin graduated from Wesleyan University.
- Adapting and Sustaining Services for Formerly Incarcerated Survivors During COVID-19: A Panel Discussion
- Opening the Door to Healing: Reaching and Serving Crime Victims Who Have a History of Incarceration Report
- Supporting Survivors with a History of Incarceration: Interview with Nicole Hamilton-Brahm Interview
- Supporting Survivors with a History of Incarceration: Interview with Carmen Pacheco-Jones Interview
- Supporting Survivors with a History of Incarceration: Interview with Eddy Zheng and Ben Wang Interview