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Elesha Nightingale


Elesha Nightingale, Associate, has worked over the past 10+ years on housing, decarceration, racial justice and violence prevention policy across the country with electeds and community activists. She previously worked at Access Living for three years, a disability rights organization, leading youth mentorship programs and working as a McArthur Foundation Safety and Justice ally authoring a whitepaper on reducing the incarceration of people with disabilities. Elesha earned her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Southern Oregon University in 2006 and is currently a 3L evening JD student at UIC John Marshall Law School.