Criminal records create barriers to opportunity. While Utah has a process to clear records, it is so costly and complicated that few people can navigate it.
We’re on a mission to clear as many eligible records as possible, and we’re ready to help you get started today.
Noella Sudbury, J.D., Founder & CEO
Noella is a licensed Utah attorney with over a decade of experience in criminal law, policy, and data-driven justice reform. While serving as a Senior Policy Advisor to Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams, Noella led the successful campaign to pass Utah’s Clean Slate law, which automates the expungement process for more than 450,000 Utahns. Noella has served on the National Clean Slate Initiative Steering Committee and has provided technical assistance to other state campaigns to pass automatic clearance. Noella has received several honors and awards for her public service, including being selected as Utah Business Magazine’s 2019 Woman of the Year and being honored with the 2022 Distinguished Service Award from the Utah State Bar. In her spare time, Noella enjoys the outdoors and spending time with her two girls.
Hollee Petersen, J.D., Legal Director
Hollee is a licensed Utah attorney and one of Utah’s leading experts on the expungement process. Coming to Rasa from Utah Legal Services, Hollee has focused primarily on expungement for several years and has helped hundreds of Utahns successfully clear their criminal records. Throughout her career, Hollee has shown an unwavering commitment to increasing opportunity for all within our legal system, regardless of income. She has been the recipient of several awards including the 2019 University of Utah College of Law’s Distinguished Public Service Award. In her spare time, Hollee loves to snowboard and spend time with her family.
Amy Daeschel, Director of Client Services
Amy is a woman in long term recovery and a fierce advocate for social change. For the past several years, Amy has worked in substance use treatment settings, specializing in harm reduction, crisis support, client outreach, case management, and peer recovery. Amy serves on the Board of The Haven and is a member of Utah’s Opioid Task Force. She is currently a student at the University of Utah, pursuing a degree in Social Work.
Ashley Kittrell, Creative Director
Ashley comes to Rasa with 10+ years of experience in visual design, with both agency and in-house experience. She has always had a passion for all things creative—especially typography, brand work, and content creation. As Creative Director, Ashley is responsible for conceptualizing and producing brand-forward design for Rasa. She is committed to social justice and has made it a point to prioritize volunteering her design time for great causes. When she’s not solving design problems, Ashley loves to plan travel adventures with her husband and two young kiddos.
Rasa is committed to being a second chance employer and believes working with people who have records helps us to design better products. We hire and train directly impacted people to ensure our model works for people with records.