She teaches at the local college part-time. Her classes are typically sociology coursework, as well as criminal justice and women's studies classes.
She enjoys traveling, whether it is planned or spontaneous. She keeps busy with her husband and her two dogs. During the warmer months, she enjoys gardening.
While in undergraduate studies, she completed courses in biology and chemistry before moving into the criminal justice field. Her extracurricular activities included being captain of the Marlin Dance Team.
Graduate studies included theoretical perspectives as well as applying their to the social world. Her master's thesis was published in the scholarly journal, Gender Studies. Her thesis research the perspectives of the Glass Ceiling for those who work in the correctional field.
While completing her MPA, she focused on public service areas within the criminal justice system.
She has published two articles in scholarly journals. The two journals are A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society and Gender Issues. These were completed with peers while in graduate school. The writing sample is an excerpt from one of her publications.
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