The Marshall Project

Topeka K. Sam joins The Marshall Project’s Board of Directors

Sam is the first formerly incarcerated woman to join the board.

Topeka K. Sam, Founder and Executive Director of , is joining the Board of Directors of The Marshall Project. She is also the co-founder of – a safe housing space for women and girls – and.

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