Erika Tindill, Esq., is Chair of the Connecticut Board of Pardons and Paroles. Prior to her appointment to this position by Governor Dannel Malloy in March 2011, she held the positions of Executive Director of the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence, as well as Deputy Director for New Haven Legal Assistance Association, Inc.
In 1998, before to coming to Connecticut, she served as an Assistant State Attorney specializing in domestic violence prosecution in Dade County, Florida. She also served as Co-President of the board of Domestic Violence Services of Greater New Haven and on the Rape Crisis Center of Milford boards of directors.
Attorney Tindill holds a B.A. in Economics and Spanish from Bucknell University. While working on her undergraduate degree, she also studied the European Economic Community and Spanish Constitutional Law in Madrid, Spain through the College of William and Mary. She earned a Juris Doctor degree from Albany Law School of Union University in Albany, NY. Attorney Tindill was nominated to be a James W. Cooper Fellow by the Connecticut Bar Foundation in 2009.
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