Cameron Rasmussen, LMSW, has worked in program development, program management, and direct service with individuals, families, and communities impacted by incarceration and the child welfare system for more than five years. He is committed to reimagining our responses to human behavior and pathways to social justice and to contributing towards the larger movement of an anti-oppressive and anti-criminalization social work practice. At the Center for Justice, he has helped to develop and manage a wide array of programming, including the Rikers Education Project and the Beyond the Bars Fellowship and is one of the lead organizers of the annual Beyond the Bars Conference. Before joining the Center, he co-developed and coordinated the Televisiting Program for Fathers at the Osborne Association, a program that allows children to video visit with their incarcerated fathers. He is an adjunct lecturer at Columbia School of Social Work and is on the steering committee of Social Workers Against Criminalization, a committee of NASW-NYC. He received his Masters degree in Social Work from Columbia University.