Tinisch Hollins is the Executive Director of Californians for Safety and Justice — the Alliance for Safety and Justice’s flagship state-based program in California. She is also the State Director of Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice, the state’s largest network of crime survivors. Tinisch has been deeply engaged in the Bay Area social justice movement as a community organizer, policy advocate and systems navigator for more than two decades. As a crime survivor and native of San Francisco, Tinisch has worked passionately to bring the voices of underrepresented victims, survivors, and those involved in the criminal justice system to the center of discussions about public safety.