Aubrey Fox is Executive Director of the United States office of the Institute for Economics and Peace, a non-profit think tank dedicated to shifting the world’s focus to peace as a positive, achievable, and tangible measure of human well-being and progress.
A published author, he also has extensive experience in the nonprofit sector. For nearly 15 years prior to joining the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), Aubrey was a member of the senior leadership team of the Center for Court Innovation, an organization which helps the justice system aid victims, reduce crime, strengthen neighborhoods, and improve public trust in justice. His work included launching the Centre for Justice Innovation, an institution that seeks to promote thoughtful criminal justice reform in the United Kingdom.
Aubrey was also the founding project director of Bronx Community Solutions, a one-of-its-kind initiative that provides alternative-to-incarceration sentences to over 10,000 misdemeanor offenders annually.
Aubrey graduated with a Master’s degree in public policy from the University of California at Berkeley, served as a VISTA Volunteer in San Antonio, Texas, was a Warren Weaver Fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation and a member of Coro’s Leadership New York program.
His work has appeared in Newsday, the Gotham Gazette, Judicature, the Justice System Journal and Court Review, among other publications. Finally, he is the co-author of Trial & Error in Criminal Justice Reform: Learning from Failure (Urban Institute Press, 2010).