Christy ChandlerShanti Brien, and Berké Brown have over 30 years combined experience as attorneys, educators, speakers and change makers.  Together with Fogbreak's Advisory Council, a diverse group of professors, social scientists, lawyers, activists and law enforcement professionals, the Fogbreak team creates unique and engaging educational experiences.

Christy Chandler

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Shanti Brien

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Berké Brown

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Ken Siow

Ken Siow is a San Francisco native, graduating from the University of Washington with majors in Political Science and Law, Societies and Justice. He previously volunteered with the Seattle Municipal Court’s Probation department  assisting in re-entry for both court and non court clients. He also worked with the Seattle Clemency Project, researching and synthesizing criminal justice data for identifying the importance and need for alternative criminal justice relief mechanisms such as Clemency in Washington.  With Fogbreak, he prepares training programs, manages its social media/marketing plan, and assists in administrative tasks. He is passionate about criminal justice and currently intends to dedicate his time to criminal justice reform.


Allison Flom is a New York City-based storyteller exploring the role of narratives in social change. Since completing an individualized undergraduate degree at NYU, Allison has written plays, short fiction, a film and a webseries. She has experience in devised theater, artistic facilitation and curriculum design. Allison is a founding Board Member at The Sunny Center Foundation and a licensed NY Sightseeing Guide, giving historic walking tours of Manhattan. Allison created the CrimSim with Fogbreak Justice and would like to spread the immersive simulation experience to diverse audiences, activating transformation of the criminal justice system. 

Allison Flom


Liset Aguirre is studying Public Policy and Race and Ethnic Studies at the University of Redlands. She has volunteered at the juvenile hall in San Bernardino for over three years, where she tutors students and she plans to pursue a career in the juvenile justice system.

Liset Aguirre

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