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"Adam Culbreath is the program officer for the Soros Justice Fellowships, which award grants to individuals carrying out projects that seek to reform the U.S. criminal justice system.
"He came to the Open Society Institute in October 2007 from The After-School Corporation in New York City, where he was the founding program director of TASC City Scholars, a citywide leadership and training program for high school students. Before coming to New York in 2000, Culbreath worked for several years as a legal services attorney in California. He holds degrees from Brown University and Stanford Law School." 
Resources and articles
- Adam Culbreath, Open Society Institute, accessed January 31, 2011.