Prior to joining the National Network, Mr. Hudson served as the Deputy Director of the Community Partnerships Unit at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. He led a team charged with building relationships with the community to prevent crime and enhance public safety. He started as the Reentry Coordinator, focused on reducing violent recidivism. Previously, Mr. Hudson worked on community-based anti-violence initiatives with Street Corner Resources. He also has professional experience with legislative affairs and federal economic development policy.
Mr. Hudson is currently working on his doctorate in Public and Urban Policy at The New School, where he earned a master’s degree in Urban Policy Analysis and Management. He obtained a BA in American Studies with a minor in Africana Studies from The George Washington University.