Isabel Rojas is the Associate Director of Legitimacy and Reconciliation at the National Network for Safe Communities.
Prior to joining the National Network, Mrs. Rojas worked for the Orange County District Attorney’s Office as the Project Manager for their group violence intervention efforts in the City of Newburgh. In her role, she worked with local law enforcement, city officials, state officials, United States Attorney’s office, and other local partnering agencies to reduce gun violence. Mrs. Rojas also served as a Police Officer with the New York City Police Department and the Port St Lucie Police Department in the state of Florida.
Mrs. Rojas holds a BS in Behavioral Science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a Masters in Public Administration from Kaplan University.