Kristina Bryant, MBA, began her work for the NCSC as a Principal Court Management Consultant after 23 years’ experience in community corrections as a Juvenile Court Probation Officer, Criminal Justice Planner, and Assistant Director of adult pretrial and probation services agency. She has worked extensively with the judiciary, elected officials, and policymakers to improve justice policies and practices, and to expand collaborative court diversion and intervention efforts. Ms. Bryant is skilled in court administration, including training and process analysis and has broad experience in drug policy issues. She has also facilitated cross-system information sharing and collaborations between justice and behavioral health partners. Ms. Bryant served four years on the Virginia Community Criminal Justice Association, Executive Committee as Treasurer and served multiple terms as co-chair of the statewide probation Quality Assurance Committee and the Legislative Committee. She graduated from Averett University with a Master’s in Business Administration and received her BS in Criminal Justice from Radford University. Ms. Bryant also has extensive experience in education and learning styles, teaching at the university level for seven years.