The Network Reentry System of Services for Returning Citizens in East and Central County provides a "No Wrong Door" service mechanism to help returned citizens succeed in reintegrating into the communities where they resided before incarceration.The Network Management Team
Kathy Moniz-Narasaki was born and raised in Contra Costa County. She graduated from California State University Sacramento with a master’s degree in Criminal Justice. She has deep roots in Hawaii where she spent the last 10 years working in Reentry at the community level and at the state level in the Department of Public Safety, Corrections Division. Narasaki is passionate and committed to empowering returning citizens to help themselves. She believes in and is dedicated to developing a reentry system that provides for community safety, lower recidivism rates, and a process where the community, returning citizens and governmental agencies work together to stop the generational revolving door of harm.
Eugene Jackson is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley with a bachelor’s degree in African American Studies. He is an ordained minister and has fourteen years of experience with prison ministries. He has had the opportunity to engage, encourage and equip men and women in correctional facilities throughout the state of California. He was also instrumental and influential in organizing clergy, congregations, and communities to be involved in Ceasefire Lifelines to Healing in West and East Contra Costa County, a campaign to reduce gun violence. Jackson organized the first action in East County for re-entry with 250 people in attendance. Jackson believes returning citizens who want to succeed should have the support and services to do so.
Patrice Guillory has a wealth of experience in advocating for system and policy changes that promote social and economic equity. Prior to her current post, Guillory served as Program Manager for the Healthy and Livable Pittsburg Collaborative, reducing the social and environmental barriers to community health and wellness for Pittsburg's most vulnerable populations. She has focused on addressing poverty and reentry-related challenges such as access to housing, economic security, education, and public health. Guillory is committed to enhancing local partnerships that employ effective reentry and restorative justice practices that will lead to improving the life outcomes of returning citizens. She is a graduate of Spelman College and is a masters degree candidate of Northwestern University. Guillory resides in East County with her husband and daughter.