Baillie Aaron received her MPhil in Criminological Research from the University of Cambridge and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University, where she majored in Psychology and Economics.
She is the founder and chairperson of Venturing Out, a US non-profit teaching entrepreneurship to incarcerated men and women. Baillie was inducted into the JA Boston Business Hall of Fame in March 2010 for her work with Venturing Out. She is a 2011 Emerge Social Venture Lab fellow, 2010 CJP/PresenTense Social Entrepreneurship Fellow, and a Shackleton Foundation Leadership Awardee.
Daniel Marshall is currently completing his PhD in Criminology at the University of Cambridge, researching interventions for young offenders in the youth justice system. Previously, he completed a BSc Criminology and Psychology, and MA Criminological Research.
Recently he interned at the UK Ministry of Justice with the Youth Reoffending Research Team. He is a 2011 Emerge Social Venture Lab fellow and a Shackleton Foundation Leadership Awardee. Before entering academia, Daniel served over 5 years as a police officer with Durham Constabulary.