Meg is a fourth-year PhD student. She received her BA in Psychology in 2011 from Temple University. In 2014, she received her MA in Criminal Justice from Stockton University. For three years, Meg was a research assistant for Dr. Laurence Steinberg’s Crossroads Study in Temple’s Psychology Department. She also spent two years working in Atlantic City and Pleasantville, NJ on a state-wide anti-violence project that focused on collaboration between law enforcement, the courts, government agencies, education, non-profit groups, and grassroots organizations to incite change. Meg’s research interests include juvenile delinquency, juvenile justice policy, developmental life course theories, and the school-to-prison pipeline.