Amy Bach

Amy Bach | Speaker at the C2 Montréal 2020 business conference
Executive Director and President, Measures for Justice
Amy Bach is the Executive Director and President of Measures for Justice, a criminal justice nonprofit with a mission to make available comprehensive data from all 50 states to stimulate and support criminal justice reform. She founded the organization in 2011 as a follow-up to her acclaimed book, Ordinary Injustice: How America Holds Court, which won the 2010 Robert F. Kennedy Book Award. For her work on Ordinary Injustice, Ms. Bach received a Soros Media Fellowship, a special J. Anthony Lukas citation and a Radcliffe Fellowship. Amy was a Knight Foundation Journalism Fellow at Yale Law School and is a graduate of Stanford Law School. In 2012, she taught criminal law during the spring semester at the University of Buffalo Law School as a visiting professor. In 2019, she won the Academy of Criminal Justice Science's Leadership and Innovation Award and the Charles Bronfman Prize for young humanitarians.

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