Sandy LoMonico joined the ACLU of Connecticut in 2017 as the criminal justice organizer. Her primary responsibilities are to cut the prison population in half, to advance racial justice, and to include people who are directly impacted by the justice system in creating solutions to mass incarceration. She is proud to share that she is a rehabilitated formerly incarcerated person who has overcome many challenges. She is proud to promote the prevention of violence and the prevention of incarceration by using research-informed practices. Her interests in working at the ACLU–CT include police accountability, racial justice, immigration, human rights, and protecting the rights of women and violence survivors. A proud Connecticut native, Sandy is also a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Social Work and UConn School of Public Health.