Meet the team

Regina Holloway

Regina leads the Community Impact team. A lawyer by trade, she previously was a Sr. Program Manager at the Policing Project at NYU School of Law, where she helped to implement the Neighborhood Policing Initiative in the City of Chicago. Prior to joining the Policing Project, Regina served as a Supervising Investigator with the Civilian Office of Police Accountability in Chicago, where she supervised a Major Case Squad investigating officer involved shootings. At Axon, Regina oversees all of Community Impact’s key programs, manages our external Ethics and Equity Advisory Council, and shapes company policy related to ethical frameworks and the use of Axon products. Regina supports shifting national policy to accelerate Axon’s ability to provide LE with the most effective less lethal tools to keep communities safe.

Shannon Moore

Leading our National Partnerships, Shannon owns educating key national organizations (e.g., AAMA, NAACP, NACOLE) and their members on Axon’s product ecosystem, and bridging the needs of communities. Prior to Axon, Shannon held various leadership positions driving grassroots community efforts, shaping policy, and developing community programs within government agencies. In her current role, Shannon leads the strategic vision of Axon’s social impact in communities, and execution of sponsorships, donations and relationships with key leaders and organizations who are focused on racial equity and inclusion. This role is integral to advancing our goals of promoting racial equity in public safety, building community support for our Moonshot, and ensuring the ethical use of the products we develop.

Ian Leslie

Shaping and communicating the organization's narrative, Ian owns driving our communication strategy both internally and externally, aswell as owning all product marketing efforts related to communitypartnerships. Prior to joining Axon Ian was the Community Development Manager for the BamFam Foundation responsible for the development and execution of a variety of sports-related programs & events for underserved and at-risk communities. In this role, Ian is an integral member of our dynamic team, working closely with Shannon Moore to align messaging and on-site event presence with Axon’s mission, and delivering robust product education and building community support and sentiment for Axon products. He also owns our end-to-end marketing and comms strategy.

A.J. Angus

A.J. leads Product Equity at Axon driving practices to enable responsible product development within product teams. A.J. previously worked as a Senior Product Manager on Axon’s Justice product which focuses on streamlining discovery for district attorneys and defenders in the criminal justice system. Prior to joining Axon, A.J. worked on Product & Operations teams at Google, Elastic and Observable. In 2022, he founded the Morpheus Project, the first publicly available dataset that tracks diversity representation across the tech industry. In addition, A.J. drives both global programming and the local Dallas chapter of the Black Product Managers network. A.J. has a BBA in Management Information Systems from The University of Texas at Austin and an MS in Analytics from Georgia Institute of Technology.

Kayla Crawford

Responsible for building competency across baseline equity and ethics concepts as they relate to the design and development, Kayla owns the Ethical Tech training program at Axon. In this role, and in partnership with the Product Equity Leader she plays a pivotal role in driving a culture of equity, diversity, and ethics within our product design and development organization. She owns the end-to-end management of equity and ethics training programs, including curriculum development, trainer recruitment, and execution of training sessions, as well as building a self-service repository of on-demand training materials.

Lauren Ummel

As the Community Impact team coordinator Lauren owns all programmatic elements related to our EEAC members and the VP of Community Impact. Prior to joining the Community Impact Team Lauren was a Recruiting Coordinator with the U.S. Research & Development Team.