Cody is originally from Charlottesville, VA and after going to graduate school in the Washington, DC area has worked in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University since 2013. He is currently an associate professor doing research that largely focuses on the police and how researchers can work with police agencies to maximize fairness and effectiveness. Outside of work, he spends his time exploring Phoenix, following politics way too closely, and forever savoring the University of Virginia's 2019 basketball championship. He is thrilled to be part of ATP and to have had the opportunity to teach three Inside-Out courses at East Unit.
Danielle is originally from Ann Arbor, MI and has attended Arizona State University since she was a freshman in college. She is now a doctoral student focusing her work on the collateral consequences of incarceration, particularly for the children of those incarcerated. Broadly, she’s interested in stigma, public policy, and the unintended impact of incarceration on those inside and outside of prison. Outside of school and research, she enjoys spending her time being her daughter’s personal assistant, cooking great vegetarian food, and attempting, yet often failing at, yoga. She will teach a future Inside-Out course at the sole female complex within the Arizona Department of Corrections.
Kevin is from Rochester, NY and has lived in Maryland and Washington State prior to settling in the desert. He is an associate professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at ASU, and his work focuses on improving the correctional environment for those working and living in prison and improving the opportunities for those formerly incarcerated. He’s a semi-active hiker, a terrible photographer of nature, and an even worse fly fisherman. His chocolate lab Redford is staring him down as he writes this because it’s time for a W-A-L-K.
Stephanie is a doctoral student in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University, and a research associate at the Center for Correctional Solutions. Her work focuses on correctional rehabilitation and promoting resilience and positive outcomes with correctional populations. In addition to conducting research within correctional environments, she has taught in them as well, co-facilitating the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program. Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family in Vermont, hiking with her dogs, and watching most major league sports (Go Pats, Red Sox, Bruins, and Celtics!).