Savannah Estridge is a Research & Evaluation Data Analyst at the Acacia Center for Justice where she works on quantitative analysis, database management, and reporting for the Legal Orientation Programs. Before transitioning to Acacia from the Vera Institute, Savannah has a decade of experience working in education, youth and community empowerment, and advocacy through research both in the United States and abroad. Savannah began her career as a middle and high school music instructor in Lexington, Kentucky. Savannah has also served in both the Peace Corps and Americorps, working to support women and girls in education both in the United States and in Fiji. Savannah’s experience in advocating for women’s rights led her to moving to New York City to study human rights, focusing on addressing gender and racial issues within the criminal justice system through transformative justice. Savannah holds an M.S in Global Affairs with a concentration in human rights and international law from New York University and a B.A in Music Education and performance from University of Kentucky.