Sarah Monaghan is a graduate of the Forensic Psychology Masters Program at John Jay College. Sarah completed her thesis under the supervision of Dr. Casey LaDuke, validating a commonly used neuropsychological assessment tool in an incarcerated population. Sarah’s research interests center on the nexus between mental health and criminal justice system involvement, with a particular interest in how to improve access to Alternative to Incarceration programs for individuals who suffer from a mental illness. Sarah has also previously worked as a Forensic Clinical Assistant as part of a private forensic psychiatry practice, aiding in forensic evaluations and report preparation for diversion of those arrested and incarcerated in New York City and areas of New York State. Sarah works as a Research Analyst with the Data Collaborative for Justice.