Kristin Grosskopf, Ph.D. works for the CU Denver School of Public Affairs as an adjunct faculty member. She has taught a wide range of courses at the graduate- and undergraduate-levels, including: juvenile delinquency; gangs and gang response; research methods; race, ethnicity and criminal justice; social problems; adolescent development; learning in the classroom; and politics and policy. Kristin’s academic interests include the intersections of psychology, criminal justice and social justice. Her work has been published in the American Journal of Online Education, and she is a regular contributor to various organizational newsletters, presents at public forums on issues such as hate crimes, and is a speaker’s bureau panelist addressing issues related to ethnic diversity and the LGBTQ population. She presides on a non-profit board, striving to further promote support, education and advocacy for marginalized populations. She also works with CASA, serving as a court-appointed advocate for youth in the juvenile justice system.