Gerald Gray, "a psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker, founded CJA in 1998. His experience with torture survivors in private practice motivated him to found Survivors International in 1991, which was one of the first torture treatment centers in the country. While working at Survivors, he discovered the pervasive problem of torturers living in the U.S. This injustice spurred him to create CJA to provide legal redress to survivors of human rights violations. In February 2001, he left CJA to direct a new torture treatment program in San Jose, the Center for Survivors of Torture, affiliated with Asian Americans for Community Involvement. In 2005 he became an Ashoka fellow and co-director of the Institute for Redress & Recovery at Santa Clara University." 
- Director, Center for Justice and Accountability
Resources and articles
- About CJA, CJA, accessed July 19, 2007.