Sasha Davenport, PhD, ABD, is a Center for Justice Research affiliated fellow. She received her B.A. in forensic psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York, and is completing her dissertation under supervision out of Kingston University in London, England. She serves as the Chief of Operations at the Center for Science & Law where she works at the intersection of neuroscience and law where she explores cognition and decision-making to develop risk and needs assessments with a focus on ethical, transparent, and racially unbiased AI and machine learning tools. Sasha has collected over 64 million U.S. criminal records as the basis for the Criminal Records Database for the study of recidivism and policy, and she's the founder of BrainSafe, the first brain bank allowing those convicted of serious and serial crimes to donate their brain for scientific research to study trauma, psychiatric illness, and violence.