Senior Program Manager, National Technical Assistance
Alejandra Garcia is a senior program manager for the Center’s National Technical Assistance department, leading and delivering a wide range of onsite and remote technical assistance projects including drug treatment court evaluations, statewide strategic plans, and training events. Previously, she worked as the program associate and social work intern for the Center’s Training Institute where she co-created and implemented the strategic plan for its inaugural year, as well as collaborating with departments across the Center to develop original training content. She previously interned with the New York Legal Assistance Group’s Legal Health department, and has worked in a variety of roles in the area of youth development. She received her MSW from the Silver School of Social Work at NYU, and her B.A. in sociology and psychology from Columbia University.
- An Equity and Inclusion State of Mind: A Statewide Approach to Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Treatment Courts
- Moving Justice Forward: A Blueprint for the Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice
- Bridging the Gap: A Practitioner’s Guide to Harm Reduction in Drug Courts
- Building Public Trust and Confidence Through Model Court Websites
- If Walls Could Talk: Can Better Court Signs Help Build Public Trust?