Adam Balick is an attorney in private practice who serves as chairman of the Delaware Correctional Reentry Commission.
Charles E. Butler
The Honorable Charles E. Butler has served as a Judge on the Superior Court of Delaware since December 7, 2012
Secretary of the Department of Labor Cerron Cade most recently served as the Director of and oversaw the transition of the Delaware Economic Development Office (DEDO) to the Delaware Division of Small Business, Development, and Tourism.
Joanna Champney is the Chief of Planning, Research, & Reentry at the Delaware Department of Correction (DOC)
Claire DeMatteis was appointed by Governor John Carney to serve as his Special Assistant at the Department of Corrections. Currently the Commissioner of the Department of Correction (DOC)
Chief Marvin Mailey began his law enforcement career in 1989 with the Delaware Department of Correction as a correction officer
Maureen Forde-Whelan has been with the Delaware Department of Education (DOE) since 2000 where she has served as the Director of Adult and Prison Education Resources Workgroup since 2007.
Aaron Goldstein currently serves as the State Solicitor at the Department of Justice (DOJ).
Christian Kervick has been the Executive Director of the Delaware Criminal Justice Council for the past twenty-one years, serving under four Delaware Governors. In this position his duties include the development, implementation and administration of all criminal justice grant funds and programs in Delaware.
Brendan O’Neill is the Chief Defender of the Office of Defense Services, a position to which he was appointed to by Governor Jack Markell in May 2009.
Alex J. Smalls
In 1997 Alex J. Smalls was appointed Chief Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, the first African American in Delaware to become a Chief Judge of a State Court.
Kathy Jennings was sworn in as Delaware’s 46th Attorney General in 2019. Attorney General Jennings joined the Delaware Department of Justice (DOJ) out of law school, starting her legal career as one of just two women in the Criminal Division.
President Judge Jurden has served on the Superior Court since 2001. Prior to joining the Superior Court, she was a litigation partner in the law firm of Young, Conaway, Stargatt & Taylor.