Ariana joins NEO with several years of nonprofit experience in project management, grant management, and development. She has a long-held interest in criminal justice, which has led to her passion for social justice and work on different issues including health inequity, homelessness, and access to justice. She has also been involved in various criminal justice research studies on reentry, parental incarceration, and sentencing, among other topics. She earned a Master of Public Administration in Public Policy and Administration from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland, College Park.


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