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Sarah Pringer


Sarah Pringer, M.S. is currently a doctoral student completing her degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Memphis. She is completing her doctoral internship at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana. During her masters training she gained experience providing mental health treatment at a state correctional facility in Indiana. During her doctoral training she completed a practicum at the Federal Correctional Institute in Memphis, Tennessee. Along with her experience working in mental health within correctional settings, she also did forensic work, conducting competency evaluations for Shelby County in Tennessee. Sarah has a passion for advocating for incarcerated individuals and those who have made a career in corrections. She has focused on research and writing to advocate for better understanding of both of these populations.

Jessica Pearson

Psy. D.

Dr. Jessica Pearson obtained her Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University and completed her internship and post-doctoral fellowships in clinical and forensic psychologist at NYU/ Bellevue Hospital. Over the past 9 years, she has served as the Director of Internship Training and Project Director on multiple HRSA grants at Elmhurst Hospital Center/ Mt Sinai, providing training, supervision, and administrative support for the internship program. She also served for eight years as the Senior Psychologist on the Women’s Forensic Unit, an inpatient psychiatric unit for female detainees under DOC and NYPD custody. She is an adjunct assistant professor in the Psychology Department of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at New York University, where she teaches two courses in the graduate program on forensic psychology. She worked as an attending psychologist on the forensic inpatient unit at Bellevue Hospital Center prior to working on the women’s forensic unit at Elmhurst Hospital. Dr. Pearson works as an independent expert in forensic psychology and psychological assessment, testifying in federal and state criminal, civil and immigration courts.

Mildred Johnson

Millie Johnson, DSL, has an extensive background in law enforcement as an officer,supervisor, instructor, and chaplain with the City of Pittsburgh Bureau of Police. In addition to her experience in law enforcement, she has several years of experience in the field of corrections. Her credentials include more than 20 years of experience in a variety of positions in education, community development, community ministry and community outreach.

Millie is an ordained minister and serves as a worship leader and a member of the Executive Board at her church. She is a tenured professor of criminal justice at Geneva College and a part-time professor of criminal justice at Robert Morris University. Millie also serves as a national instructor with the Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) program with Georgetown University. In her spare time, Millie enjoys working out, traveling and spending time with her family.