Bianca is the Director of the Corrections Accountability Project. She combines her expertise in both criminal justice and financial services to combat the commercial exploitation of the criminal legal system.
Previously, Bianca was a fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice, where she researched the perverse financial incentives created by current approaches to corrections funding.
Prior to her fellowship, Bianca worked with various state and local corrections agencies. Most notably, in New York City, she drafted the young adult plan that eliminated solitary confinement for prisoners 21 years old and younger—a first for the nation. And in Pennsylvania, Bianca evaluated innovative performance-based contracts in community corrections.
Additionally, Bianca has consulted to the Association of State Correctional Administrators as a writer and data
analyst and worked for the Campaign to End Mass Incarceration at the American Civil Liberties Union. In 2013, she also co-founded College Pathways at Rikers Island, a preparation program for incarcerated students interested in pursuing higher education upon release.
In a past life, Bianca worked in financial services. Between 2010 and 2012, she was an investment banking analyst at Citigroup, and, between 2008 and 2010, she was an investment management analyst at Morgan Stanley.
Bianca is also an Equal Justice Works Fellow sponsored by Ropes & Gray. In the past, she has been a Harvard University Presidential Public Service Fellow, Ford Foundation Public Interest Fellow, Paul & Daisy Soros New American Fellow, and an Education Pioneers Analyst Fellow. Bianca holds a B.A. from Columbia University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.
Luke is a Program Associate at the Corrections Accountability Project.
Previously, Luke interned with the Government Affairs Office of the Human Rights Campaign, Criminal Justice Policy Center, and Legislative Affairs Department of the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections.
Luke graduated with a B.A. from New York University—Shanghai in 2017 as a member of the university program's inaugural class. He studied global China studies with a concentration in politics and law and a minor in finance.
Lawrence Bartley is a Program Assistant at the Corrections Accountability Project. Lawrence is also a Communications Assistant at The Marshall Project.
Previously, Lawrence co-founded Forgotten Voices and its successor Voices From Within, which now seeks to address address gun violence in New York City under his continued leadership. As a member of the Osborne Association’s Children with Incarcerated Parents Initiative, he also met with New York City Mayor's Office and Department of Education staff as well as members of New York State judiciary to address matters that affect children with incarcerated parents.
Lawrence has provided multimedia content for the NY Emmy-winning three part series “Drama in the Big House", been featured on WNYC’s Death, Sex and Money podcast, and delivered a TED Talk entitled “Power of a Parents Voice." Wipf and Stock, The Marshall Project, and Vice have published his writing.
Lawrence graduated with a B.S. from Mercy College and M.P.S. from New York Theological Seminary.
Interns & Volunteers
Cornell University, Class of 2020
Mount Holyoke College, B.A.
Northeastern Law School, Class of 2020
Cornell University, Class of 2021
Oberlin College, B.A.
Georgetown Law School, Class of 2019
University of Virginia, B.A.
Lafayette College, Class of 2020
Harvard College, Class of 2020
Hunter College High School
Princeton University, B.A.
Columbia Business School, J.D.
Columbia Law School, J.D.
Dartmouth College, B.A.
Univ. of Pennsylvania, M.S.
Brown University, B.A.
Harvard Law School, Class of 2018
Vassar College, B.A.
SUNY Binghamton, B.A.
Brooklyn Law School, J.D.