Daniel Landsman is the Director of Advocacy for New Yorkers United for Justice. In this role, Daniel directs NYUJ's grassroots and legislative advocacy operations and coordinates with NYUJ's member organizations to maximize the coalition's impact on state level criminal justice reform. Prior to joining NYUJ, Daniel was the Director of Federal Legislative Affairs for FAMM where he coordinated the organization's federal legislative campaigns around sentencing reform, increasing educational opportunities in prison, and oversight of our federal Bureau of Prisons. Daniel received his B.A. and M.P.P. from the George Washington University.