Lindsay Ferguson received her MSW from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Social Service in 2011 where she concentrated in Clinical Social Work and specialized in Social Work and the Law. While working towards her graduate degree, Lindsay held an assistantship facilitating a Grandparents Empowerment Training Program and interned with the Children’s Law Center and Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center. Lindsay also interned with the Maui Community Correctional Center, the Maui Police Department, Vera Institute of Justice’s Adolescent Portable Therapy Program, and The Bridge Continuing Day Treatment Program. Additionally, Lindsay worked with The Fund for Modern Courts’ Citizen Jury Project and was a Research Fellow for the New York State Unified Court System Office of Court Research. Lindsay received her undergraduate degrees in Sociology and Psychology from Fordham University, where she wrote her Senior Honors Thesis on Traumatic Experiences and Delinquency Risk in Justice-involved Youth.