Taylar Nuevelle

Taylar Nuevelle is a writer and advocate for justice-involved women. She is the founder of the Who Speaks for Me? Project, which seeks to create a trauma-informed justice system for women; she is credited for creating the concept of the “Trauma-to-Prison Pipeline” for females. While incarcerated at the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA/CTF) D.C. and in the Federal Bureau of Prisons from 2010 to 2015, Ms. Nuevelle volunteered by providing legal advocacy for fellow incarcerated women. Ms. Nuevelle’s writings have appeared in The Washington Post, Talk Poverty, and The Nation.