Eve Hampson is a mitigation specialist working with the Juvenile Life Without Parole team. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Portland State University with a degree in Arts & Letters. She worked for four years as an art instructor for the New Orleans non-profit Community Works Louisiana with a focus on empowering underserved communities prior to entering the Louisiana State University Social Work Program to pursue her Master of Social Work Degree. Eve interned for the Day Reporting Center during her foundation year and worked with people on probation and parole to help support successful integration into the community. In her advanced year, Eve interned for the Louisiana Center for Children’s Rights, working with the Juvenile Life Without Parole team. She was hired as a mitigation specialist in May of 2019. Eve is interested in continuing her pursuits within the criminal justice reform arena and hopes to participate in both advocacy and direct practice with individuals and families who have been negatively affected by mass incarceration.