Chelsea Moore


Chelsea Moore is a co-founder of Look2Justice, a nonprofit she started with her husband, Christopher Blackwell. Look2Justice is an organization that provides civic education to incarcerated people and their families while simultaneously working to transform the criminal legal system.

Chelsea is now the Smart Justice Policy Program Director at the ACLU Washington state and a lecturer at the University of Washington. She holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Washington with a focus on the criminal legal system. Her dissertation, “In Pursuit of the Pervert: Sexual Dangerousness and the Creep of the Carceral State,” examines the relationship between fears of sexual dangerousness and the expansion of mass incarceration.

Chelsea sits on the Korematsu Race in Criminal Justice Task Force and the Board of Judicial Administration Alternatives to Incarceration Task Force. She is a published researcher, an award-winning instructor, a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society, and an American Association of University Women Dissertation Fellow.