Meet the Team
Abigail, born and raised in London, is a junior at Georgetown studying history. She is a long-time avid listener/watcher of multiple true-crime documentaries. She has also studied the ethics of incarceration at school and followed up her interest in the actual price of law by joining the Mock Trial team here at Georgetown. One day Abigail wants to make sure that problems like wrongful convictions and food waste are solved.
Fax Amillion Victor
Fax, a Boston native, is a senior in the College at Georgetown University. He is currently majoring in Justice & Peace Studies and Education, Inquiry, & Justice. Personally, Fax have had family members and friends who were affected by the criminal justice system. After graduation, he plans to enroll at the University of Pennsylvania to pursue education. He is dedicated and interested in serving others as an educator, social justice advocate and entrepreneur. One day, Fax would like to be a U.S Supreme Court Justice.
Steffanny is a senior at Georgetown University, majoring in Government and minoring in Sociology. Although she was born in Puerto Rico, she grew most of her life in Long Island, NY. Steffanny first gained interest in the prison reform after volunteering with her county’s Youth Court, where she has learned about the deep effects of the failure of the criminal justice system. Additionally, she has recently interned with her congressional office and with a pro-bono immigration firm in the D.C. area. One day she hopes to see a world in which returning citizens and those incarcerated aren’t viewed as social pariah by the rest of society but as individuals who are victims of a flawed system.