Kacey Reynolds, Community Outreach and Development Director
Kacey is a 2004 graduate of Duke Divinity School and an ordained minister. While in school, Kacey studied nonviolent political and social movements, Liberation Theology, and social and economic justice. She has worked in the fields of grassroots organizing, public policy research and publications, and chaplaincy and parish ministry.
Leah Wilson-Hartgrove, Family Liaison Specialist
Leah lives and works in Walltown in Durham, NC. She is a member of the Rutba House, a house of hospitality committed to peacemaking. She is part of the Christian Peacemaker Teams, traveling to Iraq at the start of the war in 2003 and to the border of Arizona and Mexico in 2005.
Cindy Adcock, attorney to five men executed by the State of North Carolina.
Sarah Anthony, friend of a murder victim and an attorney with the Fair Trial Initiative.
Scott Bass, Co-Director of NC Murder Victim Families for Reconciliation.
Rose Clark, sister to Ernest Basden who was executed by the State of North Carolina in 2002.
Gretchen M. Engel, attorney to two men executed by the State of North Carolina.
Pat McCoy, brother to a murder victim.
Roberta Mothershead, Founder and Director of Nazareth House as well as a veterinarian working with Carolina Tiger Rescue.
Marcia Owen, Outreach Coordinator of the Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham.
Tammy Williams, Assistant Professor of Theology and Black Church Studies and clergyperson
Durham Congregations in Action (DCIA)
Murder Victim Families for Reconcilliation (MVFR)
Parents of Murdered Children (POMC)
Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham (RCND)
First Presbyterian Church
Pullen Memorial Baptist Church
Watts Street Baptist Church