April Frazier Camara

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Chief, Lifelong Learning

April is the Director of Defender Legal Services Initiatives, which advances NLADA’s goals and priorities through strategic initiatives aimed at enhancing public defense. For the last eight years, April worked as a public defender with the Public Defender Service for D.C. as a Reentry Coordinator, and most recently as the Special Assistant in the Juvenile Defender Unit at the Law Office of the Shelby County Public Defender where she was responsible for implementing Department of Justice reforms and helping to build the first ever holistic and team-based juvenile defense practice in Shelby County that employed both social workers and attorneys.  She also has experience working on national reentry policy reform at the American Bar Association in D.C. and Legal Action Center in NY.  She received a B.A. from Tennessee State University and a J.D. from Howard University. 

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 202-452-0620, ext. 212