PDAA commends Executive Director Greg Rowe for years of service

July 27, 2023

HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association (PDAA) is commending Executive Director Greg Rowe for his many years of service to the association and the criminal justice system.

Rowe recently announced that he is resigning as Executive Director to start a new position as Executive Director of Keystone Restituere Justice Center (KRJC), a non-profit organization headed by former Pennsylvania Secretary of Corrections John Wetzel. KRJC is designed to help improve outcomes in the criminal justice system.

“Greg has been an effective leader in advocating on behalf of prosecutors, crime victims, and law enforcement,” said PDAA President Brian Sinnett. “Greg has had a role in shaping major criminal justice legislation and reform measures for nearly 20 years.”

Before becoming Executive Director in January 2021, Rowe served as PDAA Legislative and Policy Director where he earned a reputation for working collaboratively with criminal justice and victim advocacy organizations. He previously served as Governor Rendell’s Senior Policy Manager for Public Safety and as Special Assistant for Criminal Justice.

PDAA will be conducting a search for a new Executive Director in the next several weeks. For more information on the position, please visit the PDAA website.