Prior to joining Everytown, Krystan represented the New York Administration for Children’s Services in Bronx Family Court for three years.
Previously, Krystan served as an Excelsior Fellow for the New York State Office of Children and Family Services for two years. Krystan is a graduate of NYU School of Law and Hampton University. While in law school, Krystan served as an Executive Editor of the Review of Law & Social Change and as a supervisor in the NYU Mediation Clinic.
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