Conversations with Corrections: Stevoni Doyle

Stevoni Doyle, a formerly incarcerated individual with the Utah Department of Corrections, shares her story. Doyle stayed in Utah State Prison for 15 months before transferring to federal supervision for four years of total time served. Reflecting on her experiences, Stevoni describes how impactful incarceration was for her and how thankful she is for the opportunity to turn her life around for the better.

Topics of discussion include the availability of education and programming within our facilities and Stevoni’s transition from being under the supervision of AP&P to attending college and eventually landing as the Parole Access to Recovery Program (PATR) administrator and acting as a role model for individuals in situations similar to her own.

Listen to the full podcast here.


Andrew Damas, Communications Office