Nicole McAllister joined the National PREA Resource Center in 2017 as a program associate. She manages PREA Academy, an online learning community for PREA implementation, and contributes significantly to the PRC’s training and technical assistance initiatives. Her efforts have contributed to the delivery of foundational PREA learning to over 300 PREA practitioners throughout the United States.
Prior to working at Impact Justice, she managed a legislative portfolio of gender, civil rights, education, and children’s issues for a member of Congress.
Nicole graduated magna cum laude from California State University, Chico with a B.A. in political science, women’s studies, and social science. During her time at CSU Chico, Nicole conducted research exploring the relationship between gender and recidivism under the implementation of AB 109 in Butte County, CA. She comes to Impact Justice with a commitment to intersectional and dynamic approaches to issues of inequity and social justice.
Nicole is currently pursuing an M.A. in public management at Johns Hopkins University.
Nicole uses she/her pronouns.