As early as 7 years old, Hallie recognized advocacy would be part of her life, particularly in matters of racism and injustice. While working in various areas of the criminal justice system, she became more enlightened about intersectional failures. Hallie’s heart aligns most with people within the system. With intent, she joined like-hearted individuals at Impact Justice to create healthy solutions for those who are disproportionately impacted by systemic flaws.
Prior to joining Impact Justice, Hallie worked in various areas of local and state government including law enforcement, cash bail projects, and pretrial & reentry services. During her graduate program, Hallie analyzed state-wide pilot reform programs and presented findings to the Chief Justice of North Carolina and the North Carolina Attorney General. She also administered surveys throughout North Carolina correctional facilities to improve tutoring resources in corrections education.
Hallie was born and raised in the DC metropolitan area. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University and a master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill.