Abigail Neff studied Criminal Justice and Psychology at University of Delaware. She graduated and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in 2006. Shortly thereafter she was hired at KidsPeace in Orefield, PA where she worked as an intensive case manager at their inpatient psychiatric hospital for adolescents. In April 2007, she was hired by The IMPACT Project as a Case Manager. She was quickly promoted to Senior Case Manager and in December 2009 she was again promoted to the position of Community Justice Panel Coordinator. The Community Justice Panel Program is a community based program consisting of volunteers who deal with first-time juvenile offenders. It is a partnership between The Lehigh County Juvenile Probation Office and The IMPACT Project; whereby, the program provides juveniles with the opportunity to have their charges dismissed upon successful completion. There are currently 13 panels actively working throughout Lehigh County, all of which Abigail supervises, organizes and is directly responsible for effective and efficient operations.