College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Criminal Justice
Ph.D. Criminal Justice
Her formal teaching involves substitute teaching at public schools in her county. She also tutors 2nd grade students in math.
Her field of study is Criminal Justice where she served as a Peer Leader, Administrator, and Intern in her cohort. Currently, she is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Public Policy and Administration Department here at Walden University.
Some of her major work accomplishments is that she organized and developed topics for conference calls hosted by herself, chair, and other colleagues within her cohort.
Demonstrated adaptability by providing mentoring needs to 30 of her peers during their dissertation.
Maintained Sharepoint in Office 365, where her peers could find resources to help guide them through their dissertation process. Also, each peer had a folder where he or she could upload required documents for herself, and chair to review.
Collaborated with her chair and other colleagues on how the services provided from their peer leaders can improve so their peers are getting the best mentoring opportunities as possible.