Stoneleigh Fellowship

Kevin Bethel served in the Philadelphia Police Department for 29 years; in his most recent role as Deputy Police Commissioner, he was responsible for Patrol Operations for the entire city.  He has created many successful programs; has been...
Nan Feyler is a seasoned civic leader and housing expert with a reputation as a respected change-maker both within and outside government.  For seven years, she served as Deputy Health Commissioner under Mayor Nutter.  In this role, she...
Naomi E. S. Goldstein, PhD is Associate Professor of Psychology at Drexel University and co-Director of the JD/PhD Program in Law and Psychology. An applied researcher, Naomi seeks to improve juvenile justice policy and practice to promote positive...
Meredith Matone is the Deputy Director of PolicyLab at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Her research interests include large-scale program evaluation and health services research in the areas of child and family health. At...
Rhonda McKitten, Esq., is a highly respected juvenile justice leader, who has been at the forefront of local and statewide efforts to improve the relationship between youth and police for over a decade.  Prior to her Fellowship, Rhonda worked...
Nicole Pittman has worked exclusively on questioning the wisdom of placing children on sex offender registries since 2005, becoming a leading national expert on policy, litigation, legislation, and research in this area.  In 2011, Nicole...
Throughout his career, Dr. Roy Wade has worked to improve health outcomes for at risk populations, with a particular focus on the role of social determinants in the persistence of health disparities. Dr. Wade recently completed a Robert Wood Johnson...