Becca Cadoff is a Research Analyst with the Data Collaborative for Justice. Before joining DCJ, she was a Senior Research and Data Associate at the Center for Court Innovation where she provided data and research support to alternative-to-incarceration programs throughout New York City. She also led mixed-methods evaluation projects of ATI programs, conducted needs assessments, and evaluated a pilot program serving survivors of complex homicides. Previously, Becca was a Data and Policy Associate at the New York Civil Liberties Union, where she focused mostly on pretrial detention, policing, solitary confinement, and school discipline; she has also held advocacy positions with the American Civil Liberties Union, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, and the American Heart Association. Becca graduated from New York University with a Master’s of Public Administration with a concentration in Health Policy Analysis, and from Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Science in Education and Social Policy. She is pursuing a Ph.D. in Social Welfare at the Graduate Center at CUNY, with a focus on the intersection of social policies and criminal justice reform.