Women Leaders in Criminal Justice: Past and Present

The AA Women’s Studies program and United in Leadership is holding a Women’s History Month event titled “Women Leaders in Criminal Justice: Past and Present."

The AA Women’s Studies program and United in Leadership is inviting the campus community to join them for the upcoming Women’s History Month event titled:

“Women Leaders in Criminal Justice: Past and Present”

When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday March 19, 2019

Where: 101-102 Misciagna Family Center, Penn State Altoona

Panelists:

• Honorable Jackie Atherton Bernard, Judge Court of Common Pleas Blair County

  • Ms. Cheryl Gonsman, Director of Education and Marketing, Blair County Family Services Inc.
  • Ms. Sue Griep, Coordinator Victim/Witness Services, Blair County District Attorney’s Office
  • Ms. Ashley Owens, Director Center for Child Justice, Blair County Family Services Inc.
  • Lieutenant Deborah Stitt, Station Commander University Police, Penn State Altoona

Sponsored by the Divisions of Education, Human Development, and Social Sciences and Arts and Humanities.

About the Author

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Allan J. Bassler, MBA, is the co-advisor of the Penn State Altoona Collegiate Review.

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