9.28.18. Indiana University, Bloomington. "Beyond Collateral Consequences: Bringing New Methods to Old Questions." Sutherland Speaker Series, Department of Criminal Justice.
4.3.18. Arizona State University, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. "Beyond Collateral Consequences: Bringing New Methods to Old Questions."
6.14.17. Penn State University, Center for Life Course and Longitudinal Studies. Lives of Color: Race-Ethnicity and the Life Course Conference.
03.31.17. University of Minnesota, Life Course Center MiniConference 2017. "Reimagining Policy for a Changing Life Course: Criminal Justice Policy"
10.11.16. Informal Seminar. Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford. "The Prison Inmate Networks Studies (PINS)."
9.22.16 COMPAS Fall Conference on Inequality. The Ohio State University.
9.19.16 Capitol Hill Policy Briefing. "How Does Incarceration Affect Families? Can the Latest Research Inform Policy?" Sponsored by the American Academy of Political and Social Science, The Scholars Strategy Network, and Right on Crime. Senate co-sponsors: Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY). Participants: Senator John Cornyn (R-TX), Carrie Johnson (NPR), Dr. Nancy Rodriguez (Director, NIJ), Kris Steele (Former Speaker of the House, Oklahoma House of Representatives), Dr. Hedwig Lee (Associate Professor, University of Washington), John Gramlich (The Pew Charitable Trusts), and Dr. Sara Wakefield (Associate Professor, Rutgers).
"Mother and Child Disunion: In an Era of Mass Incarceration, More Women Are Going to Prison and For Longer. An Often Overlooked Consequence: More Children Are Ending Up in Foster Care." Kathryn Joyce, Arkansas Times.
"Why Currently Fashionable Approaches to Criminal Justice Reform May Not Help Families." Scholars Strategy Network 'Key Findings' Research Brief, with Kathleen Powell (Rutgers).
"Children of Imprisoned Parents and the Future of Inequality in the United States." Scholars Strategy Network 'Key Findings' Research Brief, with Christopher Wildeman.