Executive Director, Californians for Safety and Justice
A native of San Francisco, Tinisch Hollins has over two decades of professional experience in community organizing, guiding government systems, and informing public policy to make social change.
Currently, she serves as the Executive Director of Californians for Safety and Justice (CSJ), one of the nation’s most effective criminal justice reform advocacy organizations. CSJ works to reduce jail and prison spending and advance common-sense public safety solutions that address the root causes of crime and achieve long-term safety.
A crime survivor, Hollins is also the State Director of Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice, and network with more than 50,000 members in California who advocate to remove barriers to safety and healing for victims of crime.
In June 2020, she co-founded SF Black Wallstreet- an organization committed to preserving Black culture and building economic power in San Francisco.
She also serves as Vice Chair of the San Francisco African American Reparations Advisory Committee.