Sabrina Ryan-Helton works for The Bail Project as a Bail Disruptor in Spokane, Washington. She is an advocate for people experiencing the effects of being unhoused, addicted, justice-involved, child-welfare-system-involved, and otherwise marginalized. Sabrina serves on the Board of Directors for Spokane Center for Independent Living, and is an elected representative to the Washington State Association of Headstart/Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program. She has over a decade of lived experience in the criminal legal system and is passionate about changing the way the current system treats human beings. Sabrina is a co-founder of the Eastern Washington Chapter of All of Us or None, and served on the Legal Financial Obligations (LFO) Consortium of the Minority and Justice Commission of the Washington State Supreme Court. She has an Associate’s Degree in Social Services, and plans to pursue her Bachelor’s Degree through Washington State University Online, with a dual focus in Social Work and Criminal Justice. Her long-term educational goal is to go to Gonzaga Law School and become a civil rights attorney.