Melanie Webb (HULA) is a theologian and ethicist whose work focuses on political, theological, and philosophical constructs of flourishing societies. Her doctoral dissertation examines late antique reception of Roman and Christian virtue traditions through discourses of exemplarity, tracing in particular the expectations regarding personal and communal responses to sexual violence in the writings of Augustine of Hippo. She has over a decade of teaching experience in prisons, seminaries, universities, and online classrooms. At Princeton Theological Seminary, she piloted a certificate program at a local prison for both incarcerated and community students. In addition to her research with HULA, she is a research collaborator on the project Religious Education in Prisons (Louisville Institute/Villanova University), which is the first scholarly examination of religious education in prisons in the era of mass incarceration.