The ACLU Campaign for Smart Justice is an unprecedented, multiyear effort to reduce the U.S. jail and prison population by 50% and to combat racial disparities in the criminal justice system. We are working for reforms in Alabama and all 50 states to usher in a new era of justice in America.
Randall Marshall, Executive Director
Randall C. Marshall is the Executive Director and the former Legal Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Alabama. He has been with the ACLU of Alabama since June 2013. As Executive Director, he is responsible for the overall operation of the ACLU in Alabama. As Legal Director, he was responsible for supervising and overseeing all ACLU litigation in Alabama and coordinating with the National ACLU Legal Department. Before joining the ACLU of Alabama, Marshall was the Legal Director of the ACLU of Florida for thirteen years. Marshall received his law degree from the University of Colorado in 1982.
Brock Boone, Staff Attorney
Brock Boone is a staff attorney for the ACLU of Alabama. He graduated law school from Georgetown University, where he was Executive Editor of the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics. He also graduated from Spring Hill College with a degree in Political Science & Law, where he finished with the highest GPA in his major. He has previously worked as a public defender in Alabama.
JaTaune Bosby, Director of Philantrophy and Strategic Initiatives
JaTaune Bosby joined the ACLU of Alabama in September 2015. She has worked in the non-profit sector in the fields of Communication, Human Resources, and Employee Engagement. She studied Political Science at the University of Alabama-Birmingham and completed her graduate studies at Northwestern University, earning a master’s degree in Organizational Communication.
Dillon Nettles, Policy Analyst
Dillon Nettles is an Alabama native and 2015 graduate of Auburn University where he received a B.A. in Political Science. Prior to joining the ACLU of Alabama as Policy Analyst, he worked for over three years on education policy, community engagement strategy, and program management in the Montgomery community. Dillon has been recognized as a Clinton Global Initiative commitment maker, New Profit Millennial Impact Fellow, and SFER Digital Leaders Fellow.
Rebecca Seung-Bickley, Director of Communications and Public Education
Rebecca Seung-Bickley is the Director of Communications & Public Education for the ACLU of Alabama. A Montgomery native, she attended the University of Alabama for a B.A. in Economics, and then Auburn University for a M.A. in Communications. Prior to working for the ACLU, she has had experience in entrepreneurship, website design, social media branding, freelance writing and photography, event coordination, and PR.
Beth Shelburne, Investigative Reporter
Beth Shelburne is an investigative reporter for the Campaign for Smart Justice with the ACLU of Alabama. Shelburne spent 20 years working as a broadcast news anchor and investigative reporter in several cities around the country. A native of Birmingham, Shelburne’s work has been recognized by the Radio Television Digital News Association, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the Associated Press. She was awarded the Writing for Justice Fellowship with Pen America in 2018. Shelburne has a B.A. in Mass Communications and Journalism from Auburn University and an M.A. in English from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Stef Bernal-Martinez, Community Outreach Manager
Teresa Galloway, Office Manager
Alysheia Gray, Communications and Development Associate