Joe joined ICJA in 2015 because his organization had been a long-term member, and he was personally afforded the opportunity to join. His Vice President felt it would help in Joe’s professional growth and development in the Justice field through ICJA’s conferences and networking opportunities.
One little-known fact about Joe is that before his career in human services/community corrections, he co-hosted a weekly radio show in the early 2000s that focused on sports entertainment. First at a local AM radio in Orange County, NY station, then on an ESPN affiliate station in Poughkeepsie, NY.
Joe is looking forward to the steady growth of ICJA and the continued positive impact that ICJA will have on our industry. He also feels that ICJA will play a significant role in contributing to the necessary changes needed to impact the lives of justice-involved individuals and the communities in which they live and where ICJA members serve.
“I love the new mission and vision of ICJA, and if you are reading this spotlight and are not currently a member, please do your research and consider becoming a member. You will not regret it.”