Jolie McCullough

Young white woman with light brown hair

Jolie is an independent researcher and data analyst for PJIL, helping to gather and interpret information on prison and jail conditions and oversight. She is an award-winning criminal justice journalist whose work has exposed injustice and influenced policy debate at every stage of the criminal system, from arrest to execution. She worked for nearly a decade at The Texas Tribune, and she previously worked at the Albuquerque Journal, her hometown newspaper, and the Arizona Republic. She is a graduate of Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

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