projectreturn

Social Justice

A Chance to Start Again

Tennessee ranks 12th in the country for incarceration. Up to 15,000 people come out of prison in Tennessee annually. Often, these individuals are returning to harsh circumstances and have few options for finding their way back to society. Watch the video below to learn more about how Project Return provides essential services to previously incarcerated individuals and connects them with the necessary resources to successfully return to work and their community.

Published on October 10, 2018 2:12pm

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Brittany Witt

Brittany Witt has more than 10 years of professional experience, and throughout her career has held multiple dynamic roles enabling her to hone a diverse and unique skill set. In her most recent role as Consultant with the Advisory Board, Brittany was involved in a variety of initiatives across the firm’s physician services and value-based care terrains, emphasizing client service, subject-matter expertise and data-driven solutions to address Advisory Board members’ most pressing healthcare challenges.

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