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Rajiv Srinivasan Joins FAMM Board of Directors

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Rajiv Srinivasan Joins FAMM Board of Directors


WASHINGTON – FAMM President Kevin Ring today announced that Rajiv Srinivasan, Global Clients Director for LinkedIn, will join the organization’s board of directors.

“We’re very excited to welcome Rajiv to the board. Almost two years ago, Rajiv reached out to me and said he wanted to get directly involved in fixing our broken criminal justice system,” said Ring. “I am grateful to all of the time and energy he has dedicated to our shared mission since then, and I am glad that he has agreed to continue these efforts as a member of our board.”

Rajiv Srinivasan previously held executive roles at VMware and MobileIron. Rajiv was on the founding team of Morta Security — a cyber security company funded by A16z, Greylock, and Norwest Ventures — which was acquired by Palo Alto Networks in 2013.

“America’s punitive sentencing culture has broken far too many homes and continues to weaken the fabric of our national identity,” said Srinivasan, “FAMM fights to make our outdated laws match our modern values, I am honored to serve an institution focused on the policy fixes to mass incarceration.”

Rajiv began his career as a US Army Officer where he served as a Stryker Platoon Leader in Kandahar Afghanistan. He received the Bronze Star, Combat Action Badge for his service. He holds a BS from the US Military Academy at West Point, an MS in Applied Mathematics from Columbia University, and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business.

For more than three decades, FAMM has united the voices of affected families, the formerly incarcerated, and a range of stakeholders and advocates to fight for a more fair and effective justice system. FAMM has led the fight to reform extreme mandatory sentencing laws and to promote rehabilitation and dignity for all people in prison, 94 percent of whom will return to our neighborhoods one day.


FAMM is a national nonpartisan advocacy organization that promotes fair and effective criminal justice policies that safely reduce incarceration, save taxpayer dollars, and keep families together. Founded in 1991, FAMM has secured bold sentencing and prison reform across the country while elevating the voices of directly impacted individuals and families.