Steven Mangual is a long-time Advocate and Activists in the fields of health, social and criminal justice. He has been part of the movement to raise awareness of the need to have the voices, narratives, and unique needs of the Latinx community infused in criminal justice reform. Steven has been part of the struggled for the release of Puerto Rican Political Prisoners, ending solitary confinement, and Parole Justice in NYS, among other things. He has been the Latino Affairs Producer / Communications Manager for “On The Count: The Prison and Criminal Justice Report” since November 2006. His passion has been HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis health education/advocacy as well as humanizing the criminal justice system from within the NYS Department of Corrections under Volunteer Services, during reentry and now in the Front-end. Steven Mangual holds an Associate’s in Applied Sciences Degree in Human Services from Bronx Community College and a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Social Work from Lehman College.
"I work at Common Justice because I believe the struggle for human justice is rooted in strong feelings of Love as well as in the Power of Responsibility."