Ms. Bolin has a B.A. in Social Work from Meredith College with a minor in Religion. She has a Master’s degree in Social Work, with a concentration in Planning and Administration and focus on criminal justice, from Virginia Commonwealth University. While attaining her M.S.W. she worked as an intake officer with the Henrico Community Corrections Program and as a juvenile justice research intern for the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services. She has worked with policy professionals, state/community organizations and school systems on such issues as child abuse and neglect, juvenile competency, the needs of children with incarcerated parents and most recently, family reintegration and offender reentry. Ms. Bolin has served as the Co-Chair for the Health and Family Reintegration Work Group through the Governor’s Reentry Council and as a Co-Convener for the Richmond Regional Reentry Council. She currently serves as a member of the Juvenile Reentry Task Force for the Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice. Before joining the staff of AFOI, in January, 2001, Ms. Bolin worked as a Local Probation Officer for Community Corrections Services (CCS) in Chesterfield County and as an Intensive Education Instructor for the Capital Area Alcohol Safety Action Program (ASAP).