Initially a summer intern in 2020, Fatima Torres is now serving as an executive assistant. A recent graduate of the University of Scranton’s Criminal Justice program with a minor in psychology, Fatima hopes to pursue higher education in the future. Fatima sees the call to advocate for criminal justice reform in her professional work and schooling. Having received more than 12 years of Catholic education, she understands and believes in the mission of CMN. As an undergraduate student, she published her research paper on the relationship between employment and recidivism and can be found in her Alma Mater’s library.