Christopher Dokko is a research analyst at Impact Justice. In the field of criminal punishment, their prior work has examined pretrial detention, capital post-conviction litigation, and transitions to community using a mix of quantitative methods and critical socio-historical frameworks. They have also conducted analyses regarding affordable housing, organizational equities, and community and economic development. Christopher holds a B.A. in interdisciplinary studies focusing on the intersection of identity, community, and the market from San Francisco State University as well as a masters degree from the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley.