Rhonda Wainwright-Jones has more than 20 years of experience working in both the public and private sectors, primarily in the areas of criminal justice, mental health, substance abuse, and conflict resolution. Her commitment and level of professionalism has helped cultivate a resourceful network throughout Long Island that empowers her to help the justice system with diverting individuals from prison or jail, supporting individuals through their journey of recovery, and ensuring participants' accountability. Rhonda is a past recipient of the “Inspirational Woman Award” from the Women’s Criminal Justice Association of Nassau Community College, EAC Network’s President Award, and an award for her dedication to humane alternatives to incarceration from Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas. Currently, she is senior director of the Long Island TASC programs. Rhonda holds a Master of Professional Studies from the State University of New York and a bachelor’s degree from Hofstra University.