BA in Psychology from Roger Williams University (2013)
MA in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice (2015)
JD from University at Buffalo School of Law (2020)
Research interests: Sociology of Law, Criminology, Critical Race Theory, Policing and Prisons, Social Inequality
Natalia is an attorney and PhD student in the Department of Sociology. Her research interests include sociology of law, criminology, critical race theory, policing and prisons, and social inequality. Natalia is interested in studying how are laws complicit in the mass incarceration of marginalized communities and the policies that pose a barrier to formerly incarcerated people’s re-entry into their community.