GTL CEO Deb Alderson Joins Hope for Prisoners’ National Reentry Advisory Council Nationally recognized GTL leader brings knowledge and experience in corrections and post-release to non-profit organization
Falls Church, VA | July 20, 2021 09:03 AM Eastern Daylight Time
GTL, a leader in transformative corrections technology that improves outcomes for inmates and facilities, today announced that its CEO, Deb Alderson, recently joined Hope for Prisoners' National Reentry Advisory Council. Hope for Prisoners aids in successful reentry by providing the formerly incarcerated long-term support and services as they reintegrate into society.
Alongside the other council members, Ms. Alderson will use her expertise in corrections and re-entry to guide and assist in the development of a variety of training programs for HOPE clients. The program’s goal is to build and strengthen skills necessary for employment readiness, leadership development, and success throughout the reentry process.
"We are so honored and privileged to have Ms. Alderson as a member of the national council and are looking forward to gleaning from her vast experience in reentry,” said Jon Ponder, Hope for Prisoners’ Founder and CEO. “Her unique perspective and expertise will be invaluable to Hope for Prisoners as we scale our model across the nation.”
Under Alderson’s leadership, GTL continues to expand its focus on reentry, education, and second chances by targeting new partnerships and resources to equip returning citizens with the tools and skills needed to overcome barriers such as employment, housing, and education.
“Giving hope, encouragement, and necessary resources to returning citizens changes lives,” said Deb Alderson, GTL President and CEO. “I’m honored to be a part of this collaborative initiative and support Hope for Prisoners in developing much-needed services for the formerly incarcerated, smoothing their transition to the community. Each member brings a breadth of expertise and unique perspective to the table with the common goal of breaking down barriers and supporting second chances.”
For over 30 years, GTL has worked side-by-side with correctional facilities and government agencies to provide imperative technology solutions to over 1.2 million incarcerated individuals across the globe. These solutions facilitate meaningful connections, provide educational opportunities, enable successful reentry, and strengthen operational efficiency. GTL is headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia, with an employee presence throughout North America and was recognized as a 2021 Top Workplace USA by Energage. To learn more about GTL, please visit www.gtl.net, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.