A seasoned workforce, reentry, and community development professional with 30+ years of experience working with ex-offenders, high risk adults, and community and faith-based organizations.
Joe Paul has demonstrated experience and success with: evidence-based program design and implementation; advocacy for systems change; multidisciplinary and cross-sector collaboration management; and strategic planning.
He is the Vice President of Network Partnerships and Government Relations for the Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership (LARRP) overseeing operations and implementation of strategic initiatives across the network of 800+ government, faith-based, and nonprofit organizations providing services to LA County’s reentry population.
Joe Paul is also Commissioner of the Inmate Welfare Fund Commission for Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department managing the inmate welfare fund, which allocates funding for education, recreation, vocational training, counseling and reentry support in the Los Angeles County Jail System.
Joe Paul is a member of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Community Advisory Committee of the Restorative Justice Program where he advises the LA County Sheriff Department on best practices and approaches to restorative justice and victim-offender reconciliation.