Abi is an experienced policy adviser, digital communications specialist, storyteller and advocate, focused on criminal justice reform. She has travelled across the country exploring communities and identifying opportunities for change. Abi is passionate about making a significant and lasting impact through new approaches to justice systems and evidence-based progressive policy. She uses the power of film to tell stories of experience and to highlight the importance of recognising our shared humanity. Abi was most recently a Crown Prosecutor in the Northern Territory of Australia where she advocated for rehabilitative outcomes in order to create a safer, more just community. At Harvard University School, Abi focuses on interdisciplinary learnings from the science of behaviour change to the economics of justice and well-being. Abi is a Teaching Assistant to esteemed lawyer, Professor Cornell William Brooks, and Research Assistant to Professor Sandra Susan Smith, Professor of Criminal Justice and Director of the Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management. Following her Master of Public Administration, Abi hopes to use her learnings to ensure policy changes that make a tangible difference in the lives of victims and offenders - and a better, stronger, safer community.