Lisa Jaegers, PhD, has extensive experience with criminal justice and public health interventions and related research in jails and prisons to reduce social inequities. Jaegers directs the Transformative Justice Initiative (TJI) within the Office of Mission and Identity at Saint Louis University (SLU). Within TJI is the Occupational Therapy Transition and Integration Services reentry program that Jaegers directs and has sustained with the City of St. Louis Division of Corrections since 2015. Jaegers co-directs the National Corrections Collaborative, a network of corrections leaders and researchers working together to advance research and workplace health promotion for correctional worker populations. She serves as Associate Director of the SLU Health Criminology Research Consortium, helping to coordinate an interdisciplinary research network, and she facilitates the international Justice-based Occupational Therapy network for the advancement of occupational justice. Jaegers is an educator and teaches masters and doctoral students in occupational science, research, and occupational therapy community practice coursework. She has published manuscripts in journals spanning criminology, public health, occupational science, and epidemiology. Jaegers is an Associate Professor in the Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy, Doisy College of Health Sciences. She holds a secondary appointment in the School of Social Work and Criminology, College for Public Health and Social Justice at Saint Louis University where she also completed her doctoral studies in Public Health with an emphasis in Behavioral Science and Health Education.