It’s Time to Properly Fund Gun Violence and Gun Policy Research
For more than two decades the federal government deterred research into this leading cause of preventable death. A new report estimates the cost of closing the knowledge gap.
Asheley Van Ness is a director of criminal justice at Arnold Ventures, a Houston-based philanthropy developing innovative solutions to some of the country's most persistent problems. She previously served as executive director of research operations at the New York City Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice and chief of staff at the city of Chicago’s Office of Emergency Management and Communications.