Our Staff

OUR STAFF

Julie McNulty
Development Director
Julie McNulty joined Discovering Justice as the Development Director in 2017. A believer in the transformative power of education, Julie has spent the last several years fundraising for non-profit organizations at the intersection of higher education access and criminal justice reform in the Bay Area, including the Prison University Project and Rubicon Programs. Julie received her B.A. in English and Political Science from Providence College.
Ann Gogol
Associate Director
Ann joined Discovering Justice in August 2013 as the Legal and Secondary Education Director. Prior to relocating from Oregon to the Boston area, Ann taught math, Spanish, and French to both elementary and middle school students. She also taught Legal Research and Writing to law students and a variety of political science courses to community college students in Salem, Oregon. She also worked as an Associate Attorney in the Business and Corporate practice area at Schwabe, Williams and Wyatt in Portland, Oregon and spent two years as a law clerk at the Oregon Court of Appeals. Ann earned a B.S in Business from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She also earned both a J.D., cum laude, and an M.A. in Teaching from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon.
Yves Singletary
Program Director
Yves Singletary joined Discovering Justice in September 2018 as our new Program Director. A life-long Boston resident, Yves is proud graduate of TechBoston Academy in Dorchester. For over 10 years Yves has made a commitment to supporting the positive development of young people in communities, working in a variety of capacities for nonprofit and government agencies. His experience in programing includes workforce development, leadership, the arts, sports, civics and public health promotion.
Jon Spack
Executive Director
Jon joined Discovering Justice as Executive Director in August 2015, where he works closely with the Board of Trustees and the rest of the Staff to ensure that the organization achieves its mission. Jon oversees the strategic vision to ensure Discovering Justice remains a high-impact, widely recognized leader in education. Prior to Discovering Justice, Jon served in leadership roles at several national education non-profits in Boston and in the Bay Area, including Education Pioneers, Citizen Schools, and Spark. Throughout his career, Jon has focused on building core infrastructure to sustainably expand high-quality programming, as well as leading fundraising and expansion operations. After graduating from Brookline High School, Jon received his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his M.S. in Non-Profit/NGO Leadership at the University of Pennsylvania. Jon currently resides in Brookline, MA with his wife and two daughters.
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Dakotah Kennedy
Program Associate
Dakotah joined Discovering Justice in September 2017 as a Program Associate for Discovering the Bill of Rights. Dakotah arrived at DJ with over ten years of mock trial experience and a passion for youth engagement. She graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelors in Criminal Justice, where she continued participating in Mock Trial. After graduating, Dakotah worked at the public defender’s office where she acted as a liaison between her clients, their attorneys, and the court. Prior to her role at DJ, Dakotah worked as a career coach with youth experiencing houselessness to help individuals obtain and retain employment.
Jan Shafer
Education Director
Jan joined Discovering Justice in September 2014 as the Elementary Education Director after twenty five years as an elementary classroom teacher in Cambridge and Newton public school districts. Jan has particular experience in culturally responsive teaching methods and ethics education. She has also developed and written curricula for elementary and middle school students for Amplify Learning, Blueground Publishers, and Voices of Love and Freedom. Jan holds an M.Ed. from Harvard University and a B.S. of Education and Massachusetts Standard Certification from Lesley University.
Johnny Sadoff
Senior Program Associate
Johnny is a DC native. He received his B.A. in English and Spanish literature from Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio. He moved out to Boston to receive his M.Ed. from Harvard University. A certified English teacher, Johnny has taught middle and High School English in both charter and vocational schools. He is on the board of directors of The Marble Collection-- the only statewide print and online magazine of the arts by students in grades 8-12. Prior to joining Discovering Justice, he served as a program coordinator at 826 Boston, a youth writing and publishing nonprofit. He is a long distance runner and a mentor with Dreamfar High School Marathon, an organization that trains high school students to run and complete the Providence Marathon. In addition, he loves to play and teach chess.
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