I am beautiful, educated, intelligent, goal-orientated, and a team player. I am a effective leader, guide, and problem solver. I have an equal fascination with comparative criminal justice system analysis as well as social psychology (i.e. understanding the nature and causes of individual behavior in social situations). Social psychology is especially relevant to us social scholars in the criminal justice field because we are looking at a
specific range of behaviors in social situations: crime.
I have an Associate of Arts degree in general studies, a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice, a Bachelor of Arts degree and sociology, and a Master of Arts degree in criminal justice.
My current research interests includes: social norms and informal social control mechanisms; violence and violent death; and behavioral neuroscience.