Ronald D. Simpson-Bey is a national leader in the movement to decarcerate America and currently working as the Director of Outreach and Alumni Engagement for JustLeadershipUSA. (JLUSA) He is also a 2015 Leading with Conviction (LwC) Fellow with JLUSA and committed to cutting the national prison population in half by 2030. Ronald is an LPI Trained Leadership Coach and is a contributing author to the book, Smart Decarceration: Achieving Criminal Justice Transformation in the 21st Century. Ronald serves as the Vice-Chair for the ABA Criminal Justice Section Victims Committee; as a board member for the National Legal Aid & Defender Association (NLADA); as a board member of the Michigan Center for Youth Justice (MYCJ); as a board member for Nation Outside and a steering team member of the Michigan Collaborative to End Mass Incarceration. (MI-CEMI) He is an engaged, thoughtful, and creative leader, founding many enrichment programs rooted in transformation, redemption, and self-accountability. Ronald attended Eastern Michigan University, Mott Community College, and Jackson Community College. @BeySimpson, firstname.lastname@example.org.