Joseph Calderon, Senior Community Health Worker. At the age of 23 he started serving a life sentence. After nearly 20 years incarcerated, he began to explore ways to give back to society upon his release. He currently works as a Lead CHW and Trainer at the Transitions Clinic Network, a national organization dedicated to improving health and reentry outcomes for those returning to the community from incarceration. Joe trains and mentors CHWs with histories of incarceration who are employed by TCN programs nationwide. San Francisco Reentry Council from 2013-2016 and now serves on the Policy and Procedure .In 2017 the San Francisco Department of Health appointed Joe to the SF LEAD. He has a passion for working with diverse and disenfranchised populations, leveraging his personal experience with incarceration to advocate for social justice and community investment. Mr. Calderon has a Post-Prison Community Health Worker certificate and AS from San Francisco City College.