Sana Fadel, MPA

Sana Fadel serves as Deputy Director and is primarily responsible for CfJJ’s legislative advocacy and is the lead organizer of the statewide Massachusetts Juvenile Justice Reform Coalition. Prior to joining CfJJ, Sana was the Director of Public Policy at Rosie’s Place, a sanctuary for poor and homeless women in Boston where she led campaigns on access to substance use treatment, strengthening families involved with the child welfare system, and improving services for customers applying for and receiving public benefits. She was also responsible for empowering Rosie’s Place guests through voter mobilization and advocacy trainings. Sana holds a Masters in Public Administration from Columbia University, New York and a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Augusta State University, Georgia.