Oakland, California

Jolie Stallone

Jolie Stallone graduated from Cornell University with a major in Psychology and a double minor in Law & Society and Crime, Prisons, Education, & Justice. During college, she worked in a criminal defense firm, organized a donation drive to provide meals to food insecure individuals during COVID, TA’ed college preparatory classes for recently adjudicated individuals, acted as the Chair of Activism for her campus branch of the Prison Reform and Education Project, and conducted extensive research in reentry in her community, “volunteers” for the death penalty, and the decision-making processing of individuals who engage in risky behavior (i.e. criminal behavior and substance use). Outside of work, Jolie loves to spend time outdoors but can also be found reading or watching a travel food documentary.

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