Martha L. Raimon, J.D., is a Senior Associate and a member of the Center for the Study of Social Policy’s public system reform team focused on improving outcomes for children youth and families. She leads the CSSP team monitoring New Jersey’s compliance with a consent decree intended to improve the state’s child welfare system. Martha is also a senior member of Youth Thrive, CSSP’s initiative for changing policy and practice to improve results for adolescents and young adults. Prior to joining CSSP, Martha directed the Incarcerated Mothers Law Project at the Women’s Prison Association, and before that she directed the Family Law Unit at South Brooklyn Legal Services. Martha is an editor of Interrupted Life: Experiences of Incarcerated Women in the United States. She is a graduate of Cornell Law School and has extensive experience working in the intersection of criminal, juvenile justice, and child welfare fields.