Leila Wallach graduated from the General Psychology program, focusing on Forensic Psychology at NYU. Leila’s graduate work focuses on adolescents involved in the criminal justice system, risk assessment, alternatives-to-incarceration initiatives and diversion programs. Leila completed her undergraduate degree at Simon Fraser University, in British Columbia, Canada, graduating with a Bachelors of Arts, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Criminology. During her undergraduate career, Leila assisted on several research projects with prominent members of the SFU forensic community. Outside of academia, Leila spent several years in Vancouver, Canada, working in community mental health and addictions case management. Currently, Leila manages data collection for a randomized control trial of the ROSES program at NYU Steinhardt, and will be starting a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Palo Alto University in the Fall of 2019.