Marc Krupanski is a program officer working on equality and citizenship issues with the Open Society Justice Initiative.
Previously, he worked for the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of ArmedForces (DCAF) on issues related to security sector reform, as well as for Communities United for Police Reform and the Center for Constitutional Rights in New York, where he focused on civilian oversight and reform of criminal justice systems, especially related to police and prisons. He has also long been engaged in civil society and community-based organizing campaigns, focusing on issues related to police, labor, and migration. He has conducted research and field work in southern Mexico, Cuba, Haiti, and Dine’ (Navajo) communities in the U.S. He holds an MA in international studies from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, and a BA in history and Latin American studies from New York University.