"ADVOCACY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE"
Executive Reentry Solutions' core values rest firmly on a solid commitment to integrity and dedication to excellence. Providing superior, client services stands as the driving force behind our aggressive, results-oriented services.
Ours is a labor of passion and commitment to assist clients to realize full and true rehabilitation and transformation. The founder, Rodney C. Mitchell, Esq. has both a professional and a personal stake and interest in helping people successfully reenter after contact with the criminal justice system. His service to formerly incarcerated persons spans almost two decades. He has worked in both state, federal agencies and community organizations that assist persons leaving prison and jail and seeking a second chance at life. Over the years, he has worked with a broad range of clients from persons with serious charges, to clients with "minor brushes" with the law.
More importantly, he has literally "walked the walk..." and knows first hand the challenges of reentering society after incarceration. Long before college and law school, in his youth, Rodney veered to the wrong side of the law and experienced the streets, gangs, crime and incarceration. Having turned his own life around using the same program and principles discussed above, he has empathy and perspective about successful reentry that surpasses any academic and/or professional understanding. He knows that true transformation is possible...
Rodney served as the principle advisor on reentry and ex- offender issues for the mayor of Washington, D.C.
Earlier he served as the Coordinator of the D.C. Public Defender Service's Community Reentry Program where he put in place programs and systems that assisted disconnected District residents navigate the reentry process. Later he served as the reentry Coordinator for the District of Columbia Department of Corrections. Rodney also facilitates the "Men's Reentry Support Group" a reentry program under D.C. District Federal Courts, working with men recently released from the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Rodney was appointed to serve as a commissioner on the national Commission for Black men and Boy, by Congresswoman, Elenor Holmes Norton of the District of Columbia.
As a barred criminal defense lawyer and reentry expert, he has dedicated his career to delivering the message of hope of a "new life" to clients experiencing the most traumatizing chapters of their lives.
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