Theresa Sweeney is fully committed to uniting with others to combat mass incarceration, which she believes is the most important human rights issue facing our country today. Her interest in the criminal justice system began thirty-five years ago when she was studying what was then a fairly new discipline – Criminology and Criminal Justice. In 2010, she received her Master’s Degree in that field from Portland State University. When Theresa was sentenced to prison in 2003, she witnessed firsthand the arbitrary and cruel nature of the mass incarceration system. After her release, she was driven by her passion to assist others who shared a similar experience. She was a leader in Oregon’s Ban the Box movement, testified before the state legislature, and made media appearances urging its adoption. Theresa has a vibrant communication style, which she utilizes as Outreach Coordinator for the Hands Across the Bridge Project whose mission is to provide leadership development for the recovering and reentering communities. She currently works as a Volunteer Coordinator for Volunteers of America.
Shelton T. McElroy has a Master’s Degree in Education and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson School of Professional Counseling. He is the Parent Engagement Manager with the Metro United Way of Louisville, Kentucky, where he aids numerous families in developing a pipeline from aspiration, to education, to occupation. Shelton became a member of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels in 2010. This organization, founded in 1813, provides financial support to Kentucky charitable and educational institutions and organizations. He has been a featured speaker at numerous conferences and events, and is the recipient of the Kentucky Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (KACRAO) Plenary Speaker Award. Shelton was recently honored by Congressman John Yarmuth (D-KY), founder of Fathers for Fathers, a grassroots organization advocating healthy fatherhood. In addition, he is a Parent Advocate with the Department of Community-Based Services where he assists parents who have come into contact with the child welfare system by advocating and walking them through the reunification process. Shelton’s passion and focus is on overcoming obstacles and reunifying families.
Alternatively you may choose to develop a training program related to the skill development need that you have already identified. More specifically it seeks ability to:
– recommend suitable learning theories that can be utilised in specific organisational environments
These sessions can be completed incrementally and once certified by the Respect Group, certification is applicable to coaches, parents, and teachers required to take the "Respect in Sport" or "Respect in School" programs.
Furthermore, a participative approach whereby auditors and managers work together to identify, assess and control business risks significantly enhances the level of assurance and reduces the chances of nasty surprises – a huge benefit in these more difficult times.
A valid PRE training certificate issued before the researcher joined the U of C will be accepted.
LwC trainings benefit leaders by introducing them to the people and practices closely linked to successful community and regional criminal justice advocacy efforts, enabling them to take on greater challenges and to generate quantifiable impact in their work.
Rev. Dancy has held various management and information systems positions in the corporate sector, including General Electric, Peachtree Software, and Mellon Bank. In 2007, he became the Executive Director of , Inc. (SAVE), a non-profit faith-based organization. SAVE’s vision is for the young people of the Norwalk community to grow up to become successful adults who are free of involvement with the justice system and have a positive impact on their communities. It serves Norwalk youth, ages 14 -24, by providing advocacy and programming to help them achieve success in school, avoid contact with the criminal justice system and engage in positive community activism. Under his leadership SAVE has trained and mentored hundreds of youth using the CT Work and Learn Model – a highly motivating and mentor-rich experience for teaching life skills, work skills and academic skills.
This training program was developed by the Respect Group in conjunction with the Canadian Red Cross and customized for the University.
As a consequence of this, internal auditors have to have the full range of knowledge and skills to ensure that they can carry out their function at world class levels.
CACHE (UK) is internationally recognised and we have necessary approvals from the KHDA to offer CACHE in Dubai. These pre-school teacher training courses would be ideal for anyone who is either looking at entering the field of early years education or is looking at enhancing her skills as a nursery or pre-school teacher.
She is originally from Cincinnati, holds a masters’ degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati, Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor, and certified as an Offender Workforce Development Specialist, and a JLUSA 2016 graduate. She has experienced the reentry system from all perspectives as she is herself a previously incarcerated individual who has successfully transitioned back into the community, ultimately receiving a pardon from Governor Ted Strickland.
Respect in the Workplace Orientation In support of the University's Code of Conduct, all Staff Groups are encouraged to complete the online Respect in the Workplace training program.
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Galen Baughman is an organizer, national spokesperson, and trainer focused on the most pressing civil rights challenge of our time: ending mass incarceration. He works at the intersection of human rights, restoration, and a deep belief in the possibilities of redemption. Galen was imprisoned for nine years, including four and a half years in solitary confinement, starting when he was still just a teenager. Today, Galen brings his harrowing experiences to audiences around the country, speaking to lawmakers, criminal justice stakeholders, and members of the public. Galen is currently the communications director of CURE, a national grassroots organization, where he is focused on policy analysis, direct advocacy, messaging strategies, and grassroots organizing. He has lectured, run conferences, and written about corruption in the prison industrial complex. Galen lives in Arlington, Virginia. Galen is on Twitter @GalenBaughman
2. Many companies are using a blended approach for employee development. That is, they are using both face-to-face and
technology-aided training and development activities for leadership development. What more traditional development activities
would you recommend the IHG include in the development program to make it more effective? Explai n how these development
activities will enhance the program’s effectiveness.
While my professional experiences have provided me with a strong real world foundation, I feel that in order to pursue my goal of managing a major entertainment brand, I require the knowledge and training afforded by an MBA program.