The Nebraskans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (NADP) board of directors announced today that Executive Director Stephen Griffith has stepped down.

“We will miss Steve’s passion and dedication to social justice, but anticipate the happy opportunity to continue collaborating with him in his new roles,” NADP Board President Amy Miller said.

“When I retired in 2015, I intended to relax a bit and invest some time and energy in building interfaith understanding and a variety of social issues. I never expected to go to work full time, but it has
been a pleasure to serve NADP these past 18 months,” Stephen Griffith said.

“I’ve met many new friends and will treasure this experience. Now, I’m returning to my work with the Faith Coalition of Lancaster County and the Methodist Federation for Social Action. I wish NADP much success. I’ll stay in touch.”

NADP has greatly appreciated all Steve’s hard work toward the fight to end executions in Nebraska, and the fight is not over. We will share more information in the coming months about future plans—be sure to follow NADP on Facebook and Twitter to keep up-to-date on the latest news and how to get involved.

Warm regards,
NADP Board of Directors