Sandy Felkey Mullins, J.D., is a Senior Research Scholar in the Litmus program at NYU’s Marron Institute where she assists public safety-related agencies and organizations serving people who have been involved with the criminal justice system in collaboratively designing and implementing reforms. Prior to joining NYU, she served as Washington State Governor Jay Inslee’s senior policy advisor on public safety and government operations, advising on and creating policy on a wide range of issues including criminal and juvenile justice, policing, marijuana legalization, firearm-fatality prevention, emergency management, and cybersecurity. Prior to that, she served as director of the Washington State Department of Corrections Office of Executive Policy, where she led the development and implementation of evidence-informed reforms. She previously served as executive director of the Washington State Sentencing Guidelines Commission and Sex Offender Policy Board. Prior to her work in Washington, she was executive director of the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar. Ms. Mullins has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a J.D., both from the University of Colorado.