Adrianna Mills was a member of the initial round of courses offered by FEPPS in WCCW. She will graduate from the University of Washington in Seattle with a B.A. in Political Science in 2019. She has used her gift for persuasion to establish herself as a top sales rep for a professional fundraising company in Ballard. For over five years, she has been a consistent representative for FEPPS in conferences, event-planning, speaking engagements and supporting returning students. She is passionate about addressing the inequities in the political and criminal justice systems, and the role that directly impacted individuals play as leaders in the field. As a firsthand witness to the difference that an education can make when a person leaves prison, she plans to attend graduate school and eventually teach in a high school or college setting. She’d like to come back and teach for FEPPS at some point but also hopes that the need to do so will one day disappear.