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Justice Studies Department Chair

  • Taught reduced load in Criminal Justice as well as manage multiple curriculum programs to include. Criminal Justice, Forensic Science, and Paralegal.
  • Provided curricular leadership in relation to college-wide goals by recruiting, marketing, recommending, planning, preparing curriculum class schedules, and overall leadership for all programs and services in the department.
  • Assisted program faculty in the construction of timely class schedules based on student needs and institutional resources including advisement and registration.
  • Served as an advisor to students. Served as an instructor, meeting obligations of the instructor’s job description which includes experimenting with new, innovative teaching techniques and methodologies.
  • Responsible for all fiscal matters within the department. Prepared, controlled, reviewed, revised, and administered budget recommendations. Submitted requisitions and maintains inventory for supplies, equipment, books, repairs, etc. Plans for, requests, and disburses operational, travel, and other funds legally, responsibly, and fairly within given budget limitations.
  •  Maintained appropriate records of course syllabi, evaluations, schedules, of staff and faculty supervised. Ensures instructor teaching load averages are within acceptable ranges as established by the Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual. Actively participates in scheduled meetings, assigned institutional committees, and college initiatives and activities.


2010-2016 Criminal Justice Lead Instructor

Taught beginning and advance criminal justice courses. Classes were taught in a classroom environment and through distance education.

  • Managed activities required to maintain program success, including advising, resource planning, student recruitment, adjunct program assignments, and advisory committee direction.

2006-2009 Criminal JusticeInstructor

  • Taught beginning and advanced criminal justice courses in a high school and college environment.
  • Responsibilities included preparing, maintaining, and distributing schedule course outline and syllabi that support accreditation standards.
  • Served as an academic advisor to Criminal Justice Technology and Latent Evidence students.


2009- 2017 Affiliate Faculty

  • Regis University, Denver, Colorado
  • Facilitate undergraduate criminology courses in the undergraduate program through an online format.


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