Project Manager, State Initiatives
Madelyn Roman-Scott provides support and technical assistance to policymakers and stakeholders through Justice Counts, an initiative to help policymakers make better decisions using public safety data. Previously, she worked at the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, where she assisted agencies with implementing evidence-based programs, led prevention initiatives, and started a youth justice advisory board for Pennsylvania. She also worked as a criminal justice systems planner with victims’ services, a youth advocate project manager, and a bilingual family service specialist. She was appointed a 2012 Youth Justice Leadership Institute Fellow through the National Juvenile Justice Network. Maddy holds a BA in psychology and criminal justice from Rutgers University and an MPS in organizational leadership from Central Penn College.