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I am a Whitworth graduate with my B.A. Psychology. I have 6 years experience working with homeless and at-risk youth and adolescents in a community center setting. My ideal career would be working for the FBI: Behavioral Analysis Unit-Unit 3 (crimes against children).
Hello, my name is Amani Azzam. I am 22 years old and was born in Anchorage, Alaska. I graduated from UAA this year with a bachelors degree in criminal justice and a minor in sociology. I am the middle child of a family of three. My family originates from Palestine and I am fluent in Arabic. I am excited to start at Seattle University this fall!
My name is Ernest Jon Barber. I was born and raised in Seattle, WA. I graduated from the University of Washington-Bothell where I majored in Society, Ethics, and Behavior and Communications. My previous experience includes student internships with the Seattle Police Department and KIRO-TV.
Serving the adjudicated population is a opportunity that I have been doing all of my life. Through the various non profit and government positions that I have held, I witnessed first hand the rampant ineffectiveness of the various social change programs. Seeking out solutions, I obtained my Bachelors degree in Sociology focusing on Law and Society and Deviant Behavior. My desire in attending Seattle Universities Masters of Criminal Justice program concentrating on Program Research and Evaluation, is to solidify my endeavor to develop programs that indeed provide positive lasting change.
I was born in Houston, TX and graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Psychology, with a business option and a minor in Women's Studies. Most recently I worked as a victim advocate for the Centre County (PA) Women's Resource Center in the State College Police Department, providing services to victims of domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault. My hobbies include running and my Weimaraner.
I obtained a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, in 2009, during which time I also served as an intern for the Chattanooga Police Department. I worked as private security personnel as well as in Juvenile Corrections. Currently, my specific areas of interest, academically and professionally, are policing and law enforcement on local, national, and international levels.
She graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in Community Psychology. She has volunteered for the Bothell Police Department and has worked as a State-Certified Spanish Interpreter since 2008. She has also assisted the Bellevue Police Department and the Seattle Police Department with interpretation assignments during criminal investigations involving Spanish speaking parties.
I grew up in the very south-east of Austria. After graduating law school I moved to Switzerland and I have been working in the field of law ever since. The MACJ offers what I was always looking for – it fills the gap between law, social work, and social theory.
Lindsey McMeekin was born and raised in Seattle and attended the University of Washington, where she earned her B.A. in Psychology. Since then, Lindsey has worked in the field of Mental Health in various capacities, both in Seattle and the state of Hawaii. Currently she works at Navos Inpatient Services, an involuntary psychiatric hospital, and has been there for 7 years. In her free times Lindsey enjoys running, backpacking with her two dogs Izzy and Call, and spending time with her family and friends. Lindsey hopes to augment her background in Mental Health with a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice and pursue a career in an investigative position.
I am from the suburbs of Chicago and went to school at Florida State. After graduation, I was a Peace Corps volunteer for two years in El Salvador. I was then accepted to Officer Candidate School with the Coast Guard and have been an active duty member since October 2006.
Brian Sorensen hails from a small town 20 miles north of Vancouver, WA that isn't on most maps. After attending Clark College in Vancouver as a Running Start student he transferred to Washington State University, Pullman to pursue a BS in Psychology. After graduating with honors he finally finds himself in the "big city" beginning the MACJ/JD program at Seattle University. Brian is also a security officer at the W Hotel downtown. In his free time Brian enjoys reading and taking advantage of the many outdoor activities available in the Northwest.
Graduated from California State University Long Beach in 2010 with a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice. From January 2008 until September 2010 I worked part-time as a Police Cadet for the Brea Police Department. During my employment I worked various positions including Investigations, Police Administration, Financial Crimes, and Property and Evidence.
Chelsey Stewart graduated from Chaminade University in Honolulu, HI with a BS in Criminology & Criminal Justice. She has interned for the ACLU of Hawaii and was a Volunteer Researcher for the Hawaii Department of Attorney General. She is currently interning for the DOJ’s Community Relations Service in San Francisco.
Corie received her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, with a specialization in forensic science, from Seattle University in 2010. She currently works as a lab technician in a small trace metals lab in Seattle, and would like to bring that experience and her passion for science into the field of criminal justice.
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