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The mission of the Private Corrections Working Group (PCWG) is to provide information and assistance to citizens, policy makers, and journalists concerning the dangers and pitfalls of privatization of correctional institutions and services in order to reverse and stop this social injustice.

Judy Greene, Director, is an independent criminal justice policy analyst and a founder of Justice Strategies. Her areas of expertise include private prisons, sentencing, and corrections policy. Judy began her prison privatization research almost a decade ago as a Senior Research Fellow for the Institute on Criminal Justice at the University of Minnesota Law School. Prior to that post Judy was director of the State-Centered Program for the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation. From 1985 to 1993 Judy was Director of Court Programs at the Vera Institute of Justice, and she is currently a senior research associate for the Justice Policy Institute, the Drug Policy Alliance and the Womenís Prison Association.

Caroline Isaacs, Director, is a Program Director of the Arizona program of the American Friends Service Committee. She has spent the last 15 years working with the AFSC-Arizona in some capacity, focusing primarily on Criminal Justice issues. Caroline has a BA in Political Science from The College of Wooster and a Masterís in Social Work from Arizona State University. Prior to her tenure at AFSC, she worked in the social services field with homeless teens and is currently an adjunct faculty member at the Arizona State University School of Social Work (Tucson component).

Buffie McFadyen, Director, Liane "Buffie" McFadyen, Director, was a four-term member of the Colorado House of Representatives and its Speaker pro tem. After she termed out in 2011, she became a Pueblo county commissioner. Originally from Buffalo, NY, she attended Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado, where she track and field All-American for Adams State.

Erik Milman, Director, currently works as a Washington Representative for Corrections USA, which represents over 80,000 public Correctional Officers. In his capacity, with Corrections USA, He developed the legislative agenda for the organization. Under his leadership, Corrections USA has substantially expanded itís presence in Washington, DC and in the Halls of Congress and Executive Branch. Mr. Milman worked with key Members of the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, including Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee to develop legislation that would apply the Freedom of Information Act to private prison contractors. In addition, Mr. Milman is the principal of Milman Research and Consulting, a political consulting firm that has conducted opposition research in campaign throughout the country.