MEHA BOLA is a management consultant who has more than 15 years of experience working with public agencies on such issues as organizational development, business process improvement, stakeholder engagement, and strategic communications. Using organizational psychology and behavioral science, she helps stakeholders break down barriers and build consensus on a path forward. Meha has a B.S. in engineering from UCLA, an M.S. in engineering from UC Berkeley, and recently became a candidate for an MSc in organizational and social psychology from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Los Angeles County seeks to reform its bail system so that individuals awaiting trial aren’t held in jail because they can’t afford to pay. To that end, the L.A. County Probation Department is partnering with FUSE executive fellow Meha Bola to revamp its operations and support the development and implementation of a pilot program for bail reform. Through these efforts, L.A. County seeks to keep more justice-involved residents who are awaiting trial out of jail and connected to their communities.