Community Impact Team

Regina Holloway

Regina is the VP of Community Impact at Axon. Previously Regina 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. There, she supervised a Major Case Squad which investigated officer involved shootings. She began her legal career as a Clinical Fellow at Suffolk University Law School, where she developed housing discrimination investigations. That work led to the publication of a study on housing discrimination experienced by trans and gender non-conforming residents in the Boston area. The study was published in Yale Law School's Journal of Law and Feminism. Thereafter, Regina practiced criminal defense in the Boston District Courts, where she worked as a Bar Advocate for Suffolk Lawyers for Justice.

Regina is a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Racial Equity through a partnership between Columbia University and the Nelson Mandela Foundation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and African-American Studies from Temple University and earned her Doctor of Jurisprudence from Suffolk University Law School.

Kona Shen

Kona is the VP and GM of My90 at Axon. Kona is a Seattle native whose work has centered around social inequality in the nonprofit, government, and private sectors. In 2016 she co-founded My90, a start-up that uses anonymous text messaging and data analysis to help the public and police communicate. Kona joined Axon in 2021 following the acquisition of My90. Prior to co-founding My90, Kona founded GOALS Haiti, a non-profit organization that uses sport as a tool to spark long-term community development. She holds a B.A. in Development Studies from Brown University and an M.A. in International Policy Studies from Stanford University. Her areas of interest include social entrepreneurship, design thinking, and public policy.

Zoe Russek

Zoe is the Director of Community Impact at Axon. Prior to joining Axon, Zoe led large-scale research and technical assistance projects with law enforcement agencies at the University of Chicago Crime Lab. Zoe is passionate about data-driven policy solutions that can transform the way law enforcement and communities work together to deliver public safety. At Axon, Zoe works closely with law enforcement agencies and community partners to bridge divides and build common understanding. She also brings her years of research experience to the development and implementation of Axon’s new post-contact survey tool, My90, which captures and delivers information about community sentiment to law enforcement leaders. Zoe holds a Master of Arts in Public Policy from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Statistics from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

Nathaniel McLeroy

Nathaniel is the Manager of Youth Engagement. He spent six years building bombs and doing small arm training in the Navy. After serving his country, Nathaniel spent a decade building relationships with youth and families and working in the community as a teacher and mental health professional. With this wealth of experience, Nathaniel comes to Axon with a strong track record of bringing people together. On the Community Impact team, he is building bridges between public safety officers and the communities they serve. Through innovative youth programming and creative spaces for candid dialogue, Nathaniel hopes to help both parties interact and communicate in ways that inspire confidence in one another.

Ian Leslie

Ian is the Manager of Axon Community Impact Team overseeing and implementing strategic community initiatives and partnerships that bridge the gap between public safety agencies and local communities. Ian has prior experience in the nonprofit and sports marketing space heading up sports based community initiatives and campaigns in partnership with professional athletes, premium brands, and other community based organizations across the country. Ian holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from The University of North Texas, a Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA) from Texas Lutheran University, and is a current Doctoral of Business Administration (DBA) candidate at the University of Incarnate Word.

Shannon Moore

Shannon is the Coordinator of Axon’s Community Impact Team. In this role she helps local communities and public safety agencies build meaningful connections. Previously, Shannon served as College Advising Manager at an education access organization, I Know I Can, where she fostered relationships with youth and provided data-driven guidance to local school districts to advance equity in education. Shannon has served as a grassroots community organizer, policy advisor, and program developer over the last decade within local government agencies, civic, and faith-based community organizations. In these roles Shannon led efforts to increase public awareness and advocacy on pertinent issues such as racial and economic equity, immigration policies, voter access and public safety initiatives. Shannon was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy from The Ohio State University.

Diana Chen

Diana is the Chief of Staff of Community Impact. Prior to joining Axon, Diana was on the Corporate Strategy team at Cognizant where she worked on developing internal strategy and presentations to the Executive Committee and Board of Directors. She was also formerly a management consultant at L.E.K. Consulting dedicated to the Retail & Consumer Goods practice and led analytical modeling and surveys around various strategies such as new market entry, pricing, and M&A. Having lived and worked in six countries, Diana is passionate about how diversity, community development, and public trust shape lived experiences. At Axon, she is committed to supporting action-oriented dialogue between communities and law enforcement. Diana holds a B.A. in Economics and a minor in Computer Science from Harvard University.

Regina Holloway

Regina is the VP of Community Impact at Axon. Previously Regina 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. There, she supervised a Major Case Squad which investigated officer involved shootings. She began her legal career as a Clinical Fellow at Suffolk University Law School, where she developed housing discrimination investigations. That work led to the publication of a study on housing discrimination experienced by trans and gender non-conforming residents in the Boston area. The study was published in Yale Law School's Journal of Law and Feminism. Thereafter, Regina practiced criminal defense in the Boston District Courts, where she worked as a Bar Advocate for Suffolk Lawyers for Justice.

Regina is a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Racial Equity through a partnership between Columbia University and the Nelson Mandela Foundation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and African-American Studies from Temple University and earned her Doctor of Jurisprudence from Suffolk University Law School.

Kona Shen

Kona is the VP and GM of My90 at Axon. Kona is a Seattle native whose work has centered around social inequality in the nonprofit, government, and private sectors. In 2016 she co-founded My90, a start-up that uses anonymous text messaging and data analysis to help the public and police communicate. Kona joined Axon in 2021 following the acquisition of My90. Prior to co-founding My90, Kona founded GOALS Haiti, a non-profit organization that uses sport as a tool to spark long-term community development. She holds a B.A. in Development Studies from Brown University and an M.A. in International Policy Studies from Stanford University. Her areas of interest include social entrepreneurship, design thinking, and public policy.

Zoe Russek

Zoe is the Director of Community Impact at Axon. Prior to joining Axon, Zoe led large-scale research and technical assistance projects with law enforcement agencies at the University of Chicago Crime Lab. Zoe is passionate about data-driven policy solutions that can transform the way law enforcement and communities work together to deliver public safety. At Axon, Zoe works closely with law enforcement agencies and community partners to bridge divides and build common understanding. She also brings her years of research experience to the development and implementation of Axon’s new post-contact survey tool, My90, which captures and delivers information about community sentiment to law enforcement leaders. Zoe holds a Master of Arts in Public Policy from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Statistics from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

Nathaniel McLeroy

Nathaniel is the Manager of Youth Engagement. He spent six years building bombs and doing small arm training in the Navy. After serving his country, Nathaniel spent a decade building relationships with youth and families and working in the community as a teacher and mental health professional. With this wealth of experience, Nathaniel comes to Axon with a strong track record of bringing people together. On the Community Impact team, he is building bridges between public safety officers and the communities they serve. Through innovative youth programming and creative spaces for candid dialogue, Nathaniel hopes to help both parties interact and communicate in ways that inspire confidence in one another.

Ian Leslie

Ian is the Manager of Axon Community Impact Team overseeing and implementing strategic community initiatives and partnerships that bridge the gap between public safety agencies and local communities. Ian has prior experience in the nonprofit and sports marketing space heading up sports based community initiatives and campaigns in partnership with professional athletes, premium brands, and other community based organizations across the country. Ian holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from The University of North Texas, a Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA) from Texas Lutheran University, and is a current Doctoral of Business Administration (DBA) candidate at the University of Incarnate Word.

Shannon Moore

Shannon is the Coordinator of Axon’s Community Impact Team. In this role she helps local communities and public safety agencies build meaningful connections. Previously, Shannon served as College Advising Manager at an education access organization, I Know I Can, where she fostered relationships with youth and provided data-driven guidance to local school districts to advance equity in education. Shannon has served as a grassroots community organizer, policy advisor, and program developer over the last decade within local government agencies, civic, and faith-based community organizations. In these roles Shannon led efforts to increase public awareness and advocacy on pertinent issues such as racial and economic equity, immigration policies, voter access and public safety initiatives. Shannon was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy from The Ohio State University.

Diana Chen

Diana is the Chief of Staff of Community Impact. Prior to joining Axon, Diana was on the Corporate Strategy team at Cognizant where she worked on developing internal strategy and presentations to the Executive Committee and Board of Directors. She was also formerly a management consultant at L.E.K. Consulting dedicated to the Retail & Consumer Goods practice and led analytical modeling and surveys around various strategies such as new market entry, pricing, and M&A. Having lived and worked in six countries, Diana is passionate about how diversity, community development, and public trust shape lived experiences. At Axon, she is committed to supporting action-oriented dialogue between communities and law enforcement. Diana holds a B.A. in Economics and a minor in Computer Science from Harvard University.