CPR Announces Search For New Executive Director

After almost a decade as Communities United for Police Reform’s (CPR) director, Joo-Hyun Kang will be leaving her staff role later this year. CPR is excited to announce its search for a new Executive Director. Joo-Hyun will continue to serve in her role as director until Fall 2021. If you’re interested in applying or would like to nominate potential candidates for CPR’s new Executive Director position, please see the job posting for more information.

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