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Robin Olsen is a principal policy associate in the Urban Institute’s Justice Policy Center, where she works on projects related to prosecutorial decisionmaking and data-driven criminal and juvenile justice reform. She holds an MPP degree from Harvard University. 

Ammar Khalid is a policy associate in the Justice Policy Center, where he works on projects related to data-driven criminal justice reform, particularly those focusing on people on community supervision. He holds an MA degree from Johns Hopkins University. 

Ashlin Oglesby-Neal is a research associate in the Justice Policy Center. Her research includes evaluating the impacts of criminal justice programs and policies and developing and validating risk assessment tools. She has designed and managed multiple process and outcome evaluations with criminal justice agencies at the state and local levels. Her analytic capabilities include multisite data processing and management, causal analyses, machine learning, and data visualization. Oglesby-Neal received a master’s degree in criminology from the University of Pennsylvania. 

Tessa Upin is a deputy director at the Crime and Justice Institute, where she works on data and research driven justice system reform projects. She holds a MS degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

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