Bronwyn Hunter

 

Bronwyn Hunter is a Senior Site Work Manager for the Justice Lab’s Probation and Parole Project and focuses on engagement with sites to reduce the use of supervision and increase community-led supports, services, and investment.

Prior to joining the Justice Lab, Bronwyn was a faculty member in the Psychology Department at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where her research program and community work has focused on promoting health and well-being for people and communities who are indirectly and directly impacted by the criminal legal system. 

Bronwyn holds a PhD in Clinical and Community Psychology from DePaul University, and completed Pre- and Post-Doctoral training at Yale University. She is also the President of AJFO: The Association for Justice-involved Females and Organizations, and a founding member of FICGN, the Formerly Incarcerated College Graduates Network.