Jarrett Warshaw graduated summa cum laude from Skidmore College, earning a Bachelor of Arts with honors in English, and was a member of the Honors Forum and Periclean Honor Society. A grant recipient for and participant in the college’s undergraduate collaborative research program, he served as assistant editor for, and a contributing co-author in, Wounds That Do Not Bind: Victim-Based Perspectives on the Death Penalty; the chapter that he co-wrote with Dr. David R. Karp, “Their Day in Court: The Role of Murder Victims’ Families in Capital Juror Decision Making,” was reprinted in Criminal Law Bulletin. He received a Master of Science Education in college student personnel from Bucknell University, where his thesis focused on the psychosocial and meaning-making processes of legacy undergraduate students. As part of his graduate internship, he published a book review on qualitative inquiry and the post-positivist paradigm in Educational Studies. He worked in college admissions for six years while working on his master's degree. His research interests include organizational and governance issues, exploring how states impact institutional strategic planning, decision-making, and outcomes.