Marietta Carre

Marietta has more than 12 years of experience working within the field of social justice. Prior to joining NEO, Marietta worked at the Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program as a Program Officer funding grassroots organizing across the U.S. She worked at The Center for Policing Equity where she collaborated with law enforcement agencies across the country to explore predictors of police behaviors with the goal of promoting more equitable public safety. Marietta also worked at The Atlantic Philanthropies where she worked on the campaign to end Stop & Frisk in NYC, sentencing reform in California, and the national campaign to abolish the death penalty. She holds an MPA from New York University Wagner School of Public Service. Marietta is a native New Yorker, believes Prospect Park is her personal nirvana, is a novice gardener, and is in search for a pepper that is too hot for her.


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