Chelsey Donohoe is a fifth year PhD student. She earned her BA in Psychology and Spanish Studies from Texas Lutheran University and her MA in Criminal Justice from Temple University. During her undergraduate studies, Chelsey was lead investigator on several projects that were presented at conferences for the Southwestern Psychological Association (SWPA). She has presented her research at the American Society of Criminology (ASC) annual meeting. Her interests include substance abuse treatment, community corrections, and implementation science. Current research projects include analyzing whether Prohibition-era liquor raids were concentrated in certain parts of Philadelphia, and she is part of Temple’s evaluation team for the Smart Supervision project with Philadelphia Adult Probation and Parole (APPD) and researchers from George Mason University’s Center for the Advancement of Correctional Excellence (GMU ACE).