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ORGANIZATIONAL

FLORIDA -- Federal Bureau Prisons

NEW HAMPSHIRE -- New Hampshire Division of Juvenile Justice Services

SOUTH DAKOTA -- YouthBuild USA

WASHINGTON -- Cedar Creek Corrections Center, Clark County Corrections

WISCONSIN -- Wisconsin Department of Corrections

SUPPORTING PATRON

LOUISIANA -- Total Sentencing Alternatives Program (TSAP)

MASSACHUSETTS -- Capital Source Finance LLC

MICHIGAN -- Leightronix Inc.

OHIO -- Kaivac Inc.

OREGON -- FSH Communications LLC

TEXAS -- Payne Fence Products

EXECUTIVE GOLD

CALIFORNIA -- Rosemary Michels

COLORADO -- Rebecca Virtue

IDAHO -- Charlotte Reedy

KENTUCKY -- Billy Roberts

MAINE -- Wanda Engstrom

MARYLAND -- Donald DeVore

MASSACHUSETTS -- Linda St. Pierre

MISSISSIPPI -- Jonathan Edwards

NEBRASKA -- John M. Casebolt

TENNESSEE -- Kevin Campbell, Keith A. Warren

TEXAS -- Lori Gaskin

VIRGINIA -- Ronald Adkins, Daniel Grimes, Cassandra P. Roberts

PROFESSIONAL II

CONNECTICUT -- Catherine Hair

INDIANA -- Brian Kennedy

KANSAS -- Mark D. Maurer

MARYLAND -- Michael Merican

NEW MEXICO -- Annabelle Romero

NEW YORK -- Abdul-Malik Najeeullah

NORTH CAROLINA -- Mary Garner

TENNESSEE -- Steven Owen

VIRGINIA -- Deborah Drake

PROFESSIONAL I

ARIZONA -- Kevin Curran, Ricky Eyestone, Bryan Martin, Gerald Massey, Robert Palmer, Ruben Quesada, B. Michelle Sonberg

CALIFORNIA -- Valerie Bolduc, Tom Dooley, Dale Fields, Debra Gabaldon, Robby Ibelle, Susan Lesher, Mark Malek, Steven Moora, Paul Nicoll, Mary Jane Robb, Alana Simpson Hogan

COLORADO -- James Brassfield, Harold Brown, Darrin Coe, Michelle DeHerrera, Thomas Donahue, Jeff Hoffmeister, Ron Mitchell, Kim Neffendorf, Terri Nelson

CONNECTICUT -- Sean Ball, Kathryn Barnard, Penny Brantley, Nikki Cahill, Barbara Chaney, Susan Comen, Gwendolyn Gardener, Roger King, Sheen Lee, Cheryl Mitchell, Elouise Mitchell, Uduak NGuessan, Tiffany Olivi, Shawn Pinto, Elizabeth Rosa, Amy Sheffield, John Stein, Bonnie Whitman, Mark Yates

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA -- Maureen Buell, Patricia Lloyd, Linda Mellgren

FLORIDA -- Lawrence Alexander, Tammy Brooks, Patricia Brown, Kim Edinger, Andy Fermaintt, Maria Karabekou, Eileen Kenny, Mark LaRusso, Jason Patrizi, Traci Reid, Thomas Russell, Andrea Signore

GEORGIA -- Debbie Alexander-Dickson, Diane Douglas-Harris, James Herndon, Brenda Murrell, Jim Ormes, Teresa Reynolds, Harvey B. Woods

HAWAII -- Anthony Zabek

IDAHO -- Dixie Tate

ILLINOIS -- Eric Carlson, Carmen DeSadier, Fitzgerald Mullins, Jennifer Nevilles, John Sherrard

INDIANA -- Lisa M. Bratcher, Lisa Cavarretta, Lynette Collins, Denise E. Green, Steven Keever, Evan Lowry, Albert McCorkle, Kevin A. Pierce, Sally M. Powalski, Sandra Sinclair, Christopher Tanis, Melissa Terpstra, Bill Tolbert, Ryan Tomlinson, Kenneth Whipker, Marcos Javier Zuazua

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KENTUCKY -- Steven Grimes, Caroline Murphy, Pamela Nickell, Tania Pineiroa, Alesia Sharp, Charles A. …

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