Cleo is the Development Director of Partnership for Safety and Justice, an advocacy group that advances policy reforms in Oregon to reduce incarceration and better address the needs of both crime survivors and people convicted of a crime. Previously, she worked in development at UCLA, where her focus was on increasing access to STEM education and raising support for the university’s research, education, and community outreach programs in women’s health. Cleo received a BA in Criminology from UC Irvine and MPhil in Criminological Research from the University of Cambridge. In addition to her involvement with APANO, she serves on the board of Oregon Abuse Advocates & Survivors in Service (OAASIS).

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