Criminal Justice Manager
Sebastian helps to oversee the corrections and reentry portfolio on the Criminal Justice team. Prior to joining Arnold Ventures, he was a senior associate at Freedman Consulting, where he managed strategic planning and research for major philanthropies pursuing criminal justice reform. During his time as a State Policy Fellow at the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, he oversaw research focused on the use of fines and fees at the state and local level.
Sebastian's writing on criminal justice reform and other topics has been featured in The Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times, among other publications. He received a B.S. in political economy from Georgetown University before attending Harvard University to earn his M.P.P.
The War at Home
‘Why Would They Kill Me for Something I Didn’t Do?’Criminal Justice
Halim Flowers: 'The Criminal Justice System is Working the Way It's Intended'Q&A
Tyrone Walker: 'How Can You Reform Something You Don’t Understand?'Q&A
Blinded Justice: Reflections from the Second Square One RoundtableCommentary
Corrections at a Crossroads: How Can We Stop the Surrender of Dignity at the Prison Door?Prisons
- My father’s addiction made him a stranger. Is it too late to get to know him now?