London Croudy

2019 “Elder” Freeman Policy Fellow

Reentry, Community Organizing, Policy Advocacy, Public Speaking.

Email: london[at]
Phone: 415.255.7036 x 300


London was selected for the 2019 Elder Freeman Policy Fellowship after demonstrating her strength and passion working towards equity for those currently and formerly incarcerated in the U.S. As a formerly incarcerated women, she utilized her eight year federal prison sentence by facilitating  women’s empowerment classes and penning her novel The Price You Pay. London has experience in acting and the arts—she’s competed in the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s ACT-SO monologue, attended the American Musical Dramatic Academy, and volunteered at the American Black Film Festival. London’s goal is to create a documentary depicting the everyday struggles of those directly impacted by incarceration to highlight the fact that we are so much more than our formerly incarcerated status and #METOO’s. We are resilient!