In an op-ed, Professor Ronni Burns shares insights from her volunteer work preparing former inmates for job interviews
— July 25, 2019
Excerpt from the New York Daily News -- "The Fortune Society, one of the most respected criminal justice reentry and advocacy organizations in the country, is an amazing place. They truly know how to provide the services and support to give thousands what they so desperately need – a second chance, a shot at redemption, an opportunity to lead the lives they might have had. They see people for who they are, not their convictions. Many of the staff themselves were formerly incarcerated. Their mantra? 'Don’t define me by the worst thing I ever did.'"