Our Faculty

Kimberly Collica-Cox

Professor

Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

Criminal Justice and Security

Location
  • @New York City
    41 Park Row 1126
  • @Pleasantville
    Choate House 121N
Office Hours
New York City

Spring 2019

Mon, Wed 9:30am-10:30am

Mon, Wed 4:30pm-5:30pm

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 4:30pm-5:30pm(by appointment)

Office Hours

Spring 2019

Tue, Thu, Fri (by appointment)

Office Hours

Spring 2019

The more education our students have, the more successful they will become for themselves, their family and their surrounding communities.

Biography


Prior to teaching, Dr. Collica worked for a women's correctional facility in NYS coordinating an HIV prison-based peer education program and for a NY jail supervising their jail-based transitional services unit. She trains professionals in HIV- related issues in the NYS Metropolitan area. Dr. Collica has a Ph.D. and M.Phil. in Criminal Justice from the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York and a BA and MA from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She is a certified ACA and PREA auditor, as well as ASHI certified. Her Center, Collica-Cox Correctional Consulting, LLC, is an ASHI Training Center for CPR, First AID & AED (kimjail.wix.com/correctionconsulting ). Dr. Collica is the Director and lead instructor for the award winning, Parenting, Prison & Pups Program, a joint partnership between Pace University/Dyson College, Hudson Valley Paws With A Cause, the Metropolitan Correctional Center and the Westchester County Department of Correction. Please visit our program at: https://ppp.blogs.pace.edu/ or on our Face Book page at https://www.facebook.com/Parentingprisonandpups/. Dr. Collica also teaches an "Inside-Out" type program at the Westchester Jail where Pace students take CRJ 242 with incarcerated men and women. She is well published in the field of corrections. Dr. Collica-Cox is a National Jefferson Award Winner; the Jefferson Award is considered the Nobel Prize for public service.

Education


PhD, Graduate School and University Center/CUNY, New York, NY, 2006
Criminal Justice, specializing in Criminology and Deviance

M.Phil. , Graduate School and University Center/CUNY, New York, NY, 2005
Criminal Justice

MA, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY, 2003
Criminal Justice

BA, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY, 1997
Criminology

Awards and Honors


Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Corrections Section, February 11, 2021 - The John Howard Award (2020-2021 recipient)
MCC (Metropolitan Correctional Center) , 2019 - Certificate of Appreciation for my contribution and support of the 2019 Parenting, Prison & Pups Program
Pace University , 2019 - YES I Make It Happen Recognition Award
ACJS (Academy of the Criminal Justice Sciences) & Sage Publications, March 2019 - Ken Peak Innovations in Teaching Award
Jefferson Awards Foundation, June 2018 - Certificate of Excellence in Recognition of Outstanding Community Service
Jefferson Awards Foundation, June 2018 - Greatest Public Service by an Employee - Gold Medal
MCC, March 2018 - Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication and Contributions in Implementing the 2018 Parenting, Prison & Pups Program
Jefferson Awards Foundation, March 2018 - Jefferson Awards - Selected by the Jefferson Awards Board of Directors as the Pace representative for the Jefferson Awards Gala in Washington DC.
Jefferson Award, October 2017 - 2017-2018 Pace University Bronze Medal Jefferson Award, recognizing individuals for their public and volunteer service, and dedication to improving the quality of life in their communities
The Good Dog Foundation, May 2017 - Honored Recipient for exemplary work as Good Dog's research partner on a study to assess how animal assisted therapy may help female prisoners reunite with their children
MCC (Metropolitan Correctional Center) , May 2017 - Recipient of the MCC NY Education Department's Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication and Contributions in implementing the Inaugural Parenting, Prison & Pups Program
The Rotary Club of Elmsford, April 2017 - Recipient of the Certificate for Excellence for Lasting Contribution and Dedicated Services to the Community
MCC (Metropolitan Correctional Center) , April 2017 - Volunteer Appreciation Certificate in recognition of outstanding efforts and commitment to providing volunteer programs for the incarcerated
MCC (Metropolitan Correctional Center) , April 2017 - Volunteer of the Year in recognition of continuous support and perseverance for working above and beyond for the incarcerated
The Lifer's Group/East Jersey State Prison, May 12, 2016 - Appreciation and Dedication
Pace, May 2015 - Recipient of Pace's 3rd Annual Research Day Award
Criminal Justice Society, April 2015 - Recipient of a Certificate of Appreciation in Honor of Outstanding Contributions to the Criminal Justice Society
Former Women of CARE/Taconic Correctional Facility, September 2010 - Appreciation Certificate
Former Women of CARE/Taconic Correctional Facility, September 2010 - Excellence Award
Westchester County Department of Correction - Transitional Services, August 2009 - Appreciation Award
John Jay College, April 2006 - Criminal Justice Doctoral Program's Scholarly Achievement Award
John Jay College, February 2005 - Criminal Justice Doctoral Program's Scholarly Achievement Award
John Jay College, May 2004 - Arthur Niederhoffer Memorial Fellowship
John Jay College, May 2004 - Provost's Doctoral Scholarship Award
ASC, November 2003 - ASC (American Society of Criminology) Division on Corrections and Sentencing Student Paper Competition Award
John Jay College, June 1997 - Alex Smith Award
John Jay College, March 1996 - Ida B. Wells-Barnett Women's History Essay Writing Contest

LICENSURES & CERTIFICATES

  • OASIS (NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, August 9 - Naloxone Certified
  • ASHI - American Safety & Health Institute, - CPR (Adult, Children, & Infants), First Aid and AED Instructor
  • ASHI - American Safety & Health Institute, - CPR (Adult, Children, & Infants), First Aid and AED Training Center
  • Pathways, September - Parenting Inside-Out
    An evidence-based skills training program for incarcerated parents.
  • Department of Justice & The PREA Resource Center, - PREA - Prison Rape & Elimination Act - Auditor
  • ACA, - ACA - American Correctional Association - Auditor

Publications


Collica-Cox, K. A. & Schulz, D. M. (2021, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Having It All? Strategies of Women Corrections Executives to Maintain a Work-Life Balance. Corrections - Policy, Practice and research.

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Molina, L. (2020). A Case Study of The Westchester County New York's Jail Response to COVID-19: Controlling COVID While Balancing Service Needs for the Incarcerated- A National Model for Jails. Victims & Offenders: An International Journal of Evidence-based Research, Policy, and Practice. .

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Schulz, D. (2020). A Token for Your Thoughts? Perceptions of Tokenism Among Female Corrections Executives. Criminal Justice Review.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2020). Civic Engagement for the Future Criminal Justice Professional: Serving the Underserved in a Correctional Setting. Journal of Community Engagement & Scholarship. Vol 12 (Issue 2) , pages 10-21. http://https://digitalcommons.northgeorgia.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1417&context=jces

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2019). Book Review [Review of the book Mothering and Desistance in Reentry, by Michalsen, V.],.

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Schulz, D. (2019). Doing Gender in the Joint: Perceptions of Being an Effective Woman Leader in CorrectionsWhen. Women & Criminal Justice. http://https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/08974454.2019.1586028?journalCode=wwcj20

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Furst, G. (2019). Implementing and Studying Successful Jail-Based Programming For Women: A Case Study of Parenting, Prison & Pups- 'Waiting To Let The Dogs In'. Journal of Prison Education and Reentry. Vol 5 (Issue 2) , pages 101-119. http://https://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/jper/vol5/iss2/4/

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2019). Innovations in Teaching. http://sagepub.uberflip.com/i/1176636-sage-cj-link/3?

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Furst, G. (2019). Parenting From a County Jail: Parenting From Beyond the Bars. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. Vol 40 (Issue 7) , pages 593-604.

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Furst, G. (2019). Why Choose Criminal Justice: Is the CSI Effect to Blame?. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Vol 63 (Issue 11) , pages 2069-2099. http://https://doi.org/10.1177/0306624X19834414

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2019). Will bail reform fail addicts?. , pages 20.

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Schulz, D. M. (2019). Women Wardens and Correction Executives: Paths to Leadership.. Corrections: Policy, Practice & Research. Vol 4 (Issue 2) , pages 89-111. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/23774657.2017.1389317

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2018). Female Offenders, HIV Peer Programs and Attachment: The Importance of Prison-Based Civilian Staff in Creating Opportunities to Cultivate Prosocial Behaviors (first printed online 2016).. Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Vol 62 (Issue 2) , pages 524-550.. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0306624X16650680#articleCitationDownloadContainer

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2018). Impossible Until It's Done: PREA Accreditation in Westchester County. American Jails. Vol 31 (Issue 6) , pages 8-14.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2018). Of All the Joints, She Walks Into This One: Women Executives' Motivations to Enter Corrections. The Prison Journal. Vol 98 (Issue 5) , pages 1-27. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0032885518793952?journalCode=tpjd

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Fagin, B. (2018). Parenting, prison & pups: Parenting with a purpose. Corrections Today. Vol 80 (Issue 3) , pages 24-30, 110. http://www.aca.org/ACA_Prod_IMIS/DOCS/Corrections%20Today/2018%20Articles/May%202018/Collica-Cox_Fagin.pdf

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2018, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). Inmate HIV Peer Educators as Wounded Healers: When You Take the Woman out of the Prison, You Don't Need to Take the Prison Out of the Woman. The Prison Service Journal. Vol 238 , pages 28-38. http://https://www.crimeandjustice.org.uk/publications/psj/prison-service-journal-238

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2017, June). Parenting, Prison & Pups. http://www.crimcast.tv/crimcast/2017/6/2/parenting-prisons-and-pups

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Sullivan, L. E. (2017, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Why Retribution Matters: Progression not Regression. Theory in Action. Vol 10 (Issue 2) , pages 41-57. http://transformativestudies.org/wp-content/uploads/10.3798tia.1937-0237.1710.pdf

Collica-Cox, K. A. All Aboard the Desistance Line: First Stop, Producing Prosocial Prison Attachments Within an HIV Prison-Based Peer Program. Journal of Prison Education and Reentry. Vol 3 (Issue 2) , pages 67-91. http://https://jper.uib.no/index.php/jper/article/view/1001/963

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Schulz, D. M. (2016, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). Changes in the C-Suite: A New Study Defines Executive Women's Growing Presence in Corrections. Corrections Today. Vol 78 (Issue 4) , pages 58-63. http://www.aca.org/ACA_Prod_IMIS/DOCS/Corrections%20Today/2016%20Articles/July%202016/Making%20Changes%20in%20the%20C-Suite.pdf

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2015, August). The Criminalization of Health Care. Society. Vol 52 (Issue 4) , pages 309-315. http://https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12115-015-9906-2

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2014). Counting Down: HIV Prison-Based Peer Education Programs and Their Connection to Reduced Disciplinary Infractions. Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Vol 58 (Issue 8) , pages 931-952. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0306624X13490660

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2013). Female Prisoners, AIDS, and Peer Programs: How Female Offenders Transform Their Lives. NY: Springer. http://https://www.amazon.com/Female-Prisoners-AIDS-Peer-Programs/dp/1461451094/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1515164708&sr=1-1&keywords=Female+Prisoners%2C+AIDS%2C+and+Peer+Programs%3A+How+Female+Offenders+Transform+Their+Lives

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Saffady, G. (2011). Court Officer Exam. http://https://www.amazon.com/Court-Officer-Exam-Learning-Express/dp/1576857867/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1515164913&sr=1-2-fkmr0&keywords=court+officer+exam+and+collica

Collica-Cox, K. A. & Furst, G. (2010). State Trooper Exam. http://https://www.amazon.com/Trooper-Learning-Express-LearningExpress-2007-03-15/dp/B01FKTITKS/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1515164901&sr=1-3&keywords=state+trooper+exam+and+learning+express

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2010). Surviving Incarceration: HIV Prison-Based Peer Programs Build Communities of Support for Female Offenders. Deviant Behavior. Vol 31 (Issue 4) , pages 303-313. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01639620903004812

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2009). Social Sciences Glossary. http://https://www.amazon.com/SAGE-Glossary-Social-Behavioral-Sciences/dp/1412951437

Collica-Cox, K. A., Furst, G., Henriques, Z., Hesalroad, M. & Smith, J. (2008). Corrections Officer Exam, 3rd Edition. http://https://www.amazon.com/Corrections-Officer-Learning-LearningExpress-2008-09-18/dp/B01JXR4MO0/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1515165192&sr=1-2&keywords=corrections+officer+exam+and+learning+express

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2007). The Prevalence of HIV Peer Programming in American Prisons: An Opportunity Wasted. Journal of Correctional Health Care. Vol 13 (Issue 4) , pages 278-288. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1078345807306865

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2005). Federal Witness Protection Programs. , pages 675-677. http://https://www.amazon.com/Encyclopedia-Law-Enforcement-Vol-Set/dp/0761926496/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1515165277&sr=1-1&keywords=encyclopedia+of+law+enforcement+sullivan

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2005). State Witness and Victim Protection Programs. , pages 440-442. http://https://www.amazon.com/Encyclopedia-Law-Enforcement-Vol-Set/dp/0761926496/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1515165277&sr=1-1&keywords=encyclopedia+of+law+enforcement+sullivan

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2002). Levels of Knowledge and Risk Perceptions about HIV/AIDS Among Female Inmates in New York State: Can Prison-Based HIV Programs Set The Stage for Behavior Change?. The Prison Journal. Vol 82 (Issue 1) , pages 101-123. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/003288550208200107

PRESENTATIONS


Collica-Cox, K. A. (2021, April). ACJS Corrections Section. The Academic Practitioner: An Overview of my Work in Corrections - John Howard Award Recipient. ACJS .

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2021, April). Future of Work Conference. Jail-Based Services During COVID and Beyond: Maintaining Program Integrity. Pace University, NY.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2021, February 20). Eastern Sociological Society Annual Conference. When 'Inside-Out' Goes 'Upside Down': Teaching Students in a Jail Environment During the COVID Pandemic. ESS .

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2021, February 19). TAP Information Workshop. Reflections for Tenure and Promotion. Pace University .

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2020, October). COVID and Incarceration. COVID and Incarceration. Sing Sing Prison Museum .

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2020, October). The Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology (AACS) Conference. When You Can't Have It All At The same Time: Women Corrections Executives and Work-Life Balance. AACS .

Collica-Cox, K. A., Forbes, F., Tewari, G., Dreisinger, B. & Maschi, T. (2020, March). Inaugural Symposium on Community Engaged Learning. Community Engaged Learning in NYC: Connecting Teaching and Scholarship with Criminal Justice. Fordham University, NY, NY.

Collica-Cox, K. A., Furst, G., Houser, k., Pich, M. & Saum, C. (2020, February 28). Eastern Sociological Society. Carceral Dog Training Programs: Practical Applications. ESS, Philadelphia.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2020, February 27). Eastern Sociological Society. A Token For Your Thoughts? – Perceptions of Tokenism Among Female Corrections Executives. ESS, Philadelphia.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2019). CHP 270 - Palliative Care . "Implementing and Studying Successful Jail-Based Programming for Women”.. College of Health professions, Invited speaker for CHP 270 – Palliative Care.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2019). The Southwest Association of Criminal Justice. The Desire to Study Criminal Justice: Is the CSI Effect to Blame. SWACJ, Houston, TX.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2019, September). Pace University. Implementing and Studying Successful Jail-Based Programming: An Overview of Parenting Prison & Pups & AAT. Pleasantville.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2019, August 8). Presentation for Congresswoman Meng. Parenting, Prison & Pups: An Overview. Westchester County Department of Correction & Pace University, Valhalla, NY .

Collica-Cox, K. (2019, March). Best Practices Conferences: High Impact Practices. Criminal Justice HIPsters and Parenting, Prison & Pups: Civic Engagement as a Best practice. Pace University, Pleasantville.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2018, December). The Good Dog Foundation - Good Dog Handler training. Implementing and Studying Successful Jail-Based Programming: An Overview of Parenting Prison & Pups. The Good Dog Foundation, NYC.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2018). Eastern Sociological Association. Implementing & Evaluating Prison-Based Animal Programs in Jails. ESS, Baltimore, MD.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2018). Eastern Sociological Society. Doing Gender in the Joint: Perceptions of Being an Effective Woman Leader in Corrections. ESS, Baltimore, MD.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2018, October 18). Southwest Association of Criminal Justice. Parenting From A County Jail: Parenting From Beyond the Bars. SWACJ, San Antonio, Texas.

collica-cox, k., Maxam, s., Shostya, A., Evans, B. & Demestihas, E. (2018, June 15). Retention Conference. The Pace Path to retentin Success: Student-Faculty Engagement Outside of the Classroom. Pace University, Pleasantville.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2018, May). Faculty-Student Research Day. Prisoner Parenting: Parenting From a Federal Jail. Pace University, Pleasantville.

collica-cox, K., Reveillac, A. & Vega, J. (2018, May). Pace's University Faculty Conference. Civic Engagement for The Future Criminal Justice Professional: Serving the Underserved in a Correctional Setting. Pace University, Pleasantville.

collica-cox, K. & Ryan, J. (2018, May). Pace's University Faculty Conference. It's About the Students: The Criminal Justice Department's Pace Path. Pace University, Pleasantville.

collica-cox, K. & Cannon, T. (2018, May). Student and Faculty Research Day. Parenting From a County Jail: Parenting From Beyond the Bars. Pace University, Pleasantville.

collica-cox, K. (2018, March). PARC - Pace Active Retirement Community. Female Incarceration & Programming: Invaluable or Ineffective?. Pace University, NYC.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2017, November). Presentation for Mental Health Professionals. Implementing and Studying Successful Jail-Based Programming: An Overview of Parenting Prison & Pups. The Good Dog Foundation .

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2017, October). Community Conversations: Criminal Justice, Yesterday and Today. Community Conversations: Criminal Justice, Yesterday and Today (Panel). The Westchester Library System and the Sing Sing Prison Museum, Mount Kisco, NY.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2017, October). Faculty Teaching and Research Showcase. Parenting, Prison and Pups: Using Animal-Assisted Therapy to Facilitate Family Reunification Between Female Inmates and Their Children. Pace University, NYC.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2017, October). Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice . Implementing and Studying Successful Jail-Based Programming: A Case Study of Parenting Prison & Pups. SWACJ, Fort Worth, Texas.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2017, May). Parenting, Prison & Pups. A Partnership between Pace, the Good Dog Foundation, Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) and the Westchester County Department of Correction (WCDOC), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQzUtce0j7U.

Collica-Cox, K. A., Furst, G. & Javornik, A. (2017, May). Student and Faculty Research & Scholarship Day. Careers Based on Crime Dramas: The CSI Effect and Criminal Justice Students. Pace University, NYC.

Collica-Cox, K. A., Murphy, M. A., Javornik, A., Cannon, T., Bravo, J., Bleecher, D., Buzzanca, V. & , . (2017, May 18). Faculty Institute. Civic Engagement Within Corrections: The Creation of the Caring Professional. Pace University, NY, NY.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2017, April). The Rotary Club. Parenting, Prison & Pups. Elmsford Rotary .

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2017, February 26). Eastern Sociological Association. Inmate HIV Peer Educators as Wounded Healers: When You Take the Woman out of the Prison, You Don't Need to Take the Prison Out of the Woman. ESS, Philadelphia, PA.

Collica-Cox, K. A. & , . (2016, November). American Society of Criminology. Of All the Joints She Walks Into this One: Women Executives' Career Paths to Corrections Management. New Orleans.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2016, November). American Society of Criminology. Women Functioning in Leadership/Administrative Positions. New Orleans.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2016, November). Barney's Bash. Prison, Parenting and Pups. Good Dog Foundation, NYC.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2016, October 19). Edward J. Mortola Heritage Society. Life is A Journey. Pace University, NYC.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2016, May). Pace University's Student and Faculty Research & Scholarship Day. Female Offenders, HIV Peer Programs and Attachment: The Importance of Prison- Based Civilian Staff in Cultivating Prosocial Behaviors. Pleasantville.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2015, March). Academy of the Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference. “The Criminalization of Healthcare: Democrats as Dictators and Violators as Iniquitous Ills. ACJS, Orlando, FL.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2014, September 27). Association of Women Executives in Corrections (AWEC) Annual Meeting. As The Key Turns. AWEC, Pittsburgh, PA.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2012, November). American Society of Criminology. Pedagogy and Technology. ASC, Chicago.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2011, November). American Society of Criminology. Counting Down: HIV Prison-Based Peer Education Programs and Their Connection to Reduced Disciplinary Infractions. ASC, Washington, D.C..

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2007, November). American Society of Criminology. Surviving Incarceration: The New Pseudo Family for Female Offenders. ASC, Atlanta.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2006, November). American Society of Criminology. The Prevalence of HIV Prison-Based Peer Programming in American Correctional Facilities: Another Opportunity Wasted. ASC, LA.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2006, April). St. Lucian Royal Police Department. Women in Policing: Traditionally Invisible but Always Invaluable - The Effects of History and Gender Misconceptions on Law Enforcement. St. Lucian Royal Police Department, St Lucia.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2005, November). American Society of Criminology. Transitions that Transcend Criminal Trajectories – A Study on the Effects of HIV Prison- Based Peer Education Programs on NYS Female Peers. ASC, Toronto.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2003, October). Inside-Out: New Directions for Integrating Services for the Incarcerated and their Families. The Implementation and Maintenance of Prison-based Peer Programming. Inside Out, San Francisco.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (2002, June). National Roundtable on Women in Prison Conference. Breaking the Walls of Silence: Implementing and Maintaining Prison-Based Programming. Columbia University, NYC.

Collica-Cox, K. A. (1996, October). Annual Conference on Criminal Justice Education. Are College Women Feminists? A Fine Line Between Attitudes and Labeling. John Jay College, NYC.

RESEARCH INTEREST


Female offenders, prisoners, rehabilitation, reintegration, issues surrounding HIV prison-based peer programming and women correctional executives..

Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts


Fall 2019 Learning Community, “Strategies on Correction Administration”
Collica-Cox, K. 2019 . Straus Thinking and Learning Center $1,000.00. Funded.

Kenan Award 2018
Collica-Cox, K. 2019 . Pace University $800.00. Funded.

Parenting, Prison & Pups
Collica-Cox, K. A. 2019 . Anonymous $25,100.00. Funded.

• Faculty Assistants for Civic Engagement (FACES) (Fall 2019) ($300)
Collica-Cox, K. A. 2019 . Center for Community Action and Research/Pace University , Pace University , $300.00. Funded.

Fall 2018 Learning Community, “Strategies on Correction Administration”
Collica-Cox, K. A. September 2018 . Straus Thinking and Learning Center $950.00. Funded.

Spring 2018 Learning Community
Collica-Cox, K. A. 2018 . Straus Thinking and Learning Center , Pace University , $1,000.00. Funded.

Recipient of The Pforzheimer Faculty Development Grants focusing on Student Engagement
Collica-Cox, K. A. December 2017 . The Pforzheimer's Honor's College , Pace University , $2,000.00. Funded.

Parenting, Prison & Pups
Collica-Cox, K. A. November 2017 . Private Foundation (Prefers Anonymity) , Private , $45,000.00. Funded.

Recipient of Pace's 2017 Summer Student-Faculty Research Program
Collica-Cox, K. A. & Javornik, A. June 2017 . Pace , Pace University , $750.00. Funded.

Scholarship Grant for Service
Collica-Cox, K. A. June 2017 . Elmsford Rotary , Local , $1,000.00. Funded.

Scholarly Research Grant
Collica-Cox, K. A. April 2018 - March 2019. Pace University - New York , Pace University , $3,000.00. Funded.

Faces (Faculty Assistants for Civic Engagement) - Fall 2017 to Spring 2018
Collica-Cox, K. A. 2017 - 2018. Center for Community Action and Research , Pace University , $600.00. Funded.

Scholarly Research Grant
Collica-Cox, K. A. November 2016 - November 2017. Pace University , $3,000.00. Funded.

Helene and Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship
Collica-Cox, K. A. October 2016 - September 2017. $5,000.00. Funded.

Pericles Project Grant Fellowship
Collica-Cox, K. A. June 2016 - June 2017. Center for Community Action and Research , Pace , Pace University , $1,000.00. Funded.

Learning Community and Civic Engagement Grant
Collica-Cox, K. A. June 2016 - June 2017. Dean's Office/Dyson , Pace University , $1,000.00. Funded.

Spring 2017 Learning Community
Collica-Cox, K. A. January 2017 - May 2017. Straus Thinking and Learning Center , Pace University , $1,000.00. Funded.

Kenan Award 2016
Collica-Cox, K. A. November 2016 - February 2017. Pace University , $1,300.00. Funded.

Kenan Award
Collica-Cox, K. A. May 2016 - May 2016. Pace University - New York , Pace University , $1,450.00. Funded.

Kenan Grant
collica-cox, k. March 2015 - March 2015. Pace University - New York , Pace University , $850.00. Funded.

MEDIA CONTRIBUTIONS


Pace Magazine [Magazine], April 2020
Pauker, L. (2020, Spring). Must love dogs. Pace Magazine. Available: https://www.pace.edu/magazine/features/must-love-dogs

ABC NY [TV], March 11 2020
Charlesworth, M. (2020, March 11). ABC News featured Pace Dyson Professor Kimberly Collica-Cox in "Coronavirus Closings: NY, NJ schools and universities closed amid COVID-19 outbreak. https://abc7ny.com/health/schools-and-universities-closed-amid-covid-19-outbreak/5996102/ or https://pace.edu/news-release/abc-news-featured-pace-dyson-professor-kimberly-collica-cox-in-coronavirus-closings-ny

CBS News [Internet], February 12 2020
Victory, L. (2020, February 12). Two New Programs At Kane County Jail Aim To Use Dogs To Help Improve Inmate Behavior. CBS 2 Chicago. Available: https://chicago.cbslocal.com/2020/02/11/two-new-programs-at-kane-county-jail-aim-to-use-dogs-to-help-improve-inmate-behavior/?fbclid=IwAR2RQwvkx_wIZatmeQ99sjmUVUd5Mkh0y35u2kl6ABsCg00Go8Ijc_CK1Ug

Westchester Government Press Release [Internet], 2019
Westchester County Government (2019). Nine Participants Completed Pace University Innovative Animal Assisted Therapy Program Parenting, Prisons and Pups https://www.westchestergov.com/home/all-press-releases/8206-nine-participants-completed-pace-university-innovative-animal-assisted-therapy-program-parenting-prisons-and-pups?fbclid=IwAR2ZwrrEa5CIAs_RBbuy42ZkKWrECyJSP-Et8ZzuL30cNU4aR3ggBrkaBBA

Correctional News [Internet], 2019
Correctional News. (2019). Kimberly Collica-Cox. http://correctionalnews.com/2019/04/04/kimberly-collica-cox/

News Medical [Internet], 2019
Ives, J. (2019). Using Therapy dogs to reduce stress and improve emotional well-being in vulnerable individuals. News Medical. Available: https://www.news-medical.net/news/20190211/Using-Therapy-Dogs-to-Reduce-Stress-and-Improve-Emotional-Well-Being-in-Vulnerable-Individuals.aspx

Dyson Winter Digital Digest [Internet], 2019
Dyson Notes. Available: http://dysondigest.blogs.pace.edu/

The Pace Chronicle [Newspaper], 2019
Nieman, A. (2019). Class behind Bars: Spring Class Taught in Jail. The Pace Chronicle. Available: http://pacechronicle.com/news/2019/10/12/class-behind-bars-spring-course-taught-in-jail/?fbclid=IwAR336UJRMqVDMINdKYEL5nBslQr9sHHxEpk4v8kR_kiAZ2xey2OS5gfl_qA

Westchester County Business Journal [Newspaper], 2019
WCBJ. (2019). Pace Professor Named to Westchester Corrections Board. Westchester County Business Journal. Available: https://www.pace.edu/news-release/westchester-county-business-journal-featured-pace-universitys-dyson-college-arts-and

The Patch [Newspaper], 2019
News Desk. (2019). New City Woman Names to Westchester Corrections Board. Available: https://patch.com/new-york/newcity/new-city-woman-named-westchester-corrections-board?fbclid=IwAR0UEDWVw3U9CD_CMvrFkhU3LjJCS88j33HAx4mmcpXmV6fWWfPtdad1MR4

The Journal News - LoHud [Newspaper], 2019
Schechter, D. (2019). Pace Professor Named to Westchester County Corrections Board; Business Briefs. Available: https://www.lohud.com/story/money/business-in-the-burbs/2019/03/14/business-news/3135472002/?fbclid=IwAR2z-9D_wGAciSaHiSuOrskB5aixJYn2fLjYNWYLQNd7U_WWoV1FLnkAdGI

News 12 [TV], 2019
Parenting, Prison, and Pups: Incarcerated Women in Westchester Learn Parenting Skills. (2019). http://westchester.news12.com/story/41156874/parenting-prison-and-pups-incarcerated-women-in-westchester-learn-parenting-skills

The Daily News [Newspaper], November 30 2019
Roman, C., & Marcius, C. R. (2019). Jailed NY mothers learning parenting and coping skills from therapy dogs. The Daily News, pp 10-11, Available:. https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/ny-mothers-jail-therapy-dogs-westchester-county-new-york-20191129-c6mlctgjbjd7jklifalyt6u3ni-story.html

The Pace Chronicle [Newspaper], October 2019
• Nieman, A. (2019). Class behind Bars: Spring Class Taught in Jail. Available: http://pacechronicle.com/news/2019/10/12/class-behind-bars-spring-course-taught-in-jail/?fbclid=IwAR336UJRMqVDMINdKYEL5nBslQr9sHHxEpk4v8kR_kiAZ2xey2OS5gfl_qA

News 12 Hudson Valley [TV], October 10 2019
• Parenting, Prison, and Pups: Incarcerated Women in Westchester Learn Parenting Skills. (2019). http://westchester.news12.com/story/41156874/parenting-prison-and-pups-incarcerated-women-in-westchester-learn-parenting-skills

Westchester Government [Internet], January 2019
Westchester County Executive Office. (2019). County Executive George Latimer Appoints Key Members to Correction Advisory Board. Available: https://www3.westchestergov.com/home/all-press-releases/7903-county-executive-george-latimer-appoints-key-members-to-correction-advisory-board

Dyson [Internet], December 2018
Top News – Dyson Profs Lauded for Exceptional Work – Dyson Website. Retrieved: https://www.pace.edu/dyson/news-and-events/fall-semester-2018?fbclid=IwAR2XaQWNcJbD5Q3hUsbFvV6ew1KKANoz2YUnXOVIdRtnk1-Dl6yHVeK-P34#three “Professor of Criminal Justice Kimberly Collica-Cox was selected as the first recipient of the “Ken Peak Innovations in Teaching Award,” from the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.”

Dyson [Internet], December 2018
Dyson E-Notes – Professor Earns Spot on New Advisory Board. Available: https://www.pace.edu/dyson/news-and-events/fall-semester-2018?fbclid=IwAR2SDYHZGYW9tPoJJ_VwJQa2kAsK8sS5cYfhNpWH6ZWJ9BIwv4_Rt919ypQ#cox

Dyson Year in Review [Magazine], December 2018
Dyson College. Parenting, Prison & Pups. (2018). Dyson College Year in Review 2017-2018. Available: http://dyir.pace.edu/2018/11/13/parenting-prison-and-pups/?fbclid=IwAR2Q7lSwLRLjJe2n-z_So8GN0Xl0muIPriUGPWi10aA8s-BzP_clG-CprFY.

880 News [Radio], October 22 2018
Adams, S. (2018) 880 News. Interviewed for 880 news radio and featured on Sean Adam's 880 website for Parenting, Prison & Pups. Retrieved: https://wcbs880.radio.com/articles/stories-main-street- using-dogs-help-incarcerated-mothers-parenting-skills

Opportunitas [Magazine], August 2018
Magazine feature, Pace Opportunitas (2018, August). Faculty Success Stories. Available: https://www.pace.edu/mypace/faculty-success-stories-august-2018

My Social Good News [Internet], July 2018
Podder, A. (2018, July 2). Pace University professor Honored With Greatest Public Service By An Employee by Jefferson Foundation Award. My Social Good News. Retrieved: Available: http://mysocialgoodnews.com/pace-university-professor-honored-with-greatest-public-service-by-an-employee-by-jefferson-awards-foundation/

Pace University [Internet], July 2018
Pace website. (2018). "FIOS1" featured law professor Kim Collica-Cox in 'Kim Collica-Cox introduces Parenting, Prison Pups Program' https://www.pace.edu/news-release/fios1-featured-law-professor-kim-collica-cox-in-kim-collica-cox-introduces-parenting

The Daily Voice [Newspaper], July 2018
Craig, J. (2018). Pace University Criminal Justice Professor Wins Prestigious National Award. The Pleasantville Daily Voice. Retrieved: http://pleasantville.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university- criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Ossining Daily Voice. Retrieved http://ossining.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/#.W00Wh0WlQIA.facebook The New Rochelle Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://newrochelle.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Bedford Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://bedford.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The North Salem Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://northsalem.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Pelham Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://pelham.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Portchester Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://portchester.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Mount Kisco Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://mtkisco.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Peekskill Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://peekskill.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Lewisboro Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://lewisboro.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Greenburgh Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://greenburgh.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Yonkers Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://yonkers.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Armonk Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://armonk.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The North Salem Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://northsalem.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Mount Vernon Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://mountvernon.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/ The Chappaqua Daily Voice. Retrieved: https://chappaqua.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/

Rockland County Times [Newspaper], July 2018
RCTAdmin. (2018, July 5). Pace University Professor From New City Honored With The Greatest Public Service By An Employee Award by Jefferson Foundation. Retrieved: http://www.rocklandtimes.com/2018/07/05/pace-university-professor-from-new-city-honored-with-greatest-public-service-by-an-employee-award-by-jefferson-foundation/

NewsBreakers [TV], July 2018
Whitman, A. (2018, July 14). “Kim Collica-Cox introduces parenting, prison and pups program – Pace University professor seeks to utilize animal-assisted therapy to support mothers in prison”. TV interview regarding Parenting, Prison & Pups and the Jefferson Award. NewsBreakers, Fios. Retrieved: http://www.fios1news.com/lowerhudsonvalley/local-NB-parenting-prison-pups#.W0yoi34nb5a

Westchester Communications [Newspaper], July 26 2018
Pace professor honored. Westchester Communications. Retrieved: https://westfaironline.com/105088/pace-professor-honored/

Westchester Business Journal [Newspaper], July 23 2018
Pace Professor Honored. Westchester Business Journal. Retrieved: https://www.pace.edu/sites/default/files/files/Pace%20Professor%20Honored%20-%20WCBJ.pdf

Westchester Rising [Newspaper], July 20 2018
Westchester Rising. Pace Professor Wins Award for Therapy Program at jail. Retrieved: https://www.pace.edu/sites/default/files/files/Pace%20Professor%20Wins%20Award%20For%20Therapy%20Program%20at%20Jail%20-%20Westchester%20Rising.pdf

Westmore News [Newspaper], July 13 2018
Facts of Life. Westmore News. Retrieved: https://greenburgh.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-university-criminal-justice-professor-wins-prestigious-national-award/739766/

Pace University Website [Internet], July 12 2018
Pace Website. (2018). "Westechestergov.com” Featured Dyson Professor Kim Collica-Cox in “Pace Professor Wins National Service Award for County Jail's Animal-Assisted Mothering Program.” Retrieved: https://www.pace.edu/news-release/westchestergovcom-featured-dyson-professor-kim-collica-cox-in-pace-professor-wins

Westchester County Website [Internet], July 12 2018
Pace Professor Wins National Service Award for County Jail's Animal-Assisted Mothering Program - https://www3.westchestergov.com/home/all-press-releases/7696-pace-professor-wins-national-service-award-for-county-jail-s-animal-assisted-mothering-program

Bakersfield [Internet], June 2018
Parrish, K. (2018, Jun 29). Jefferson Awards Foundation Honors Local Volunteers at Annual National Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C. Bakersfield.com (Bakersfield, CA). Retrieved: http://www.bakersfield.com/ap/news/jefferson-awards-foundation-honors-local-volunteers-at-annual-national-awards/article_a3294359-a1b7-5b76-a85d-61aefdb01fbd.html

The Morning Star - Jefferson Awards Foundation Honors Local Volunteers at Annual National Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C. [Internet], June 2018
https://www.morningstar.com/news/globe-news-wire/GNW_7321401/jefferson-awards- foundation-honors-local-volunteers-at-annual-national-awards-ceremony-in-washington-dc.html

Press Release - PACE UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR HONORED WITH GREATEST PUBLIC SERVICE BY AN EMPLOYEE BY JEFFERSON AWARDS FOUNDATION [Internet], June 2018
http://www.pace.edu/news-release/press-release-pace-university- professor-honored-greatest-public-service-employee

Jefferson Awards Website: Jefferson Awards Foundation Honors Local Volunteers at Annual National Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C. [Internet], June 2018
http://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/06/29/1531940/0/en/Jefferson-Awards-Foundation-Honors-Local-Volunteers-at-Annual-National-Awards-Ceremony-in-Washington-D-C.html

The Daily Journal [Newspaper], June 2018
Parrish, K. (2018, Jun 29). Jefferson Awards Foundation Honors Local Volunteers at Annual National Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C. The Daily Journal. Retrieved: http://www.djournal.com/jefferson-awards-foundation-honors-local-volunteers-at-annual-national-awards/article_07bd7571-249d-596e-b6da-0a8afbf96d08.html

New Channel 10 [TV], June 2018
Parrish, K. (2018, Jun 29). Jefferson Awards Foundation Honors Local Volunteers at Annual National Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C. New Channel 10 (Amarillo Texas). Retrieved: http://www.newschannel10.com/story/38542006/jefferson-awards-foundation-honors-local-volunteers-at-annual-national-awards-ceremony-in-washington-dc

Dyson Featured Story [Internet], March 2018
Website Mention, Dyson College, Featured story. Women's Best Friend in Prison? Therapy Dogs (Gentile, A.) (2018). Retrieved from: http://www.pace.edu/dyson/news-and-events/womans-best-friend-in-prison-therapy-dogs

The Westchester Magazine [Magazine], January 2018
"Going to the Dogs" by (Caffin, C.). Pace University leads the way with a new animal-based therapy program for incarcerated mothers. http://www.westchestermagazine.com/Westchester-Magazine/January-2018/Therapy-Dogs-Helping-Incarcerated-Mothers-in-Westchester/

Good Dog Foundation [Internet], 2017
The Good Dog Foundation To Hold Fundraising Gala in NYC on May 18th Marking 19 Years of Therapy Dog Service in the Northeast; Dr. Kimberly Collica-Cox and Pace University To Be Honored For Developing First-Ever Study Using Animal-Assisted Therapy To Help Female Inmates Reunite with their Children. Available: http://thegooddogfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/FY17-Gala_Press-Release_2017.04.19FINAL.pdf

WDTN News Mention (Ohio) [Internet], 2017
Puppy Training Program Helps Dogs, Inmates to Get Along. (2017). (Rodzinka, P.). Available: http://www.wdtn.com/community/puppy-training-program- helps-dogs-inmates-to-get-along/1003110026

This Dog's Life [Magazine], 2017
NYC Organization to Hold Gala for Its Therapy Dogs and Prison Program (Huspeni, A.). Available: https://www.thisdogslife.co/nyc-organization-to-hold-gala-for-its-therapy-dogs-and-prison-program/

Magazine Mention, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Year in Review 2016-2017 [Magazine], November 2017
For the Good Dog Foundation Gala and the Wilson Fellowship, Pgs. 30, 31, & 33 respectively.

The Ledger [Newspaper], October 7 2017
Quoted in The Ledger, (2017, October). Hospital Policy Keeps Relatives in Dark About Inmates' Condition. (White, G). Available: http://www.theledger.com/news/20171007/hospital-policy-keeps-relatives-in-dark-about-inmates-condition

Black Westchester Magazine [Magazine], September 15 2017
Community Conversations: Criminal Justice, Yesterday And Today To Be Held At 6 Westchester Libraries. (2017). (Woodson, A.J.). Available: http://www.blackwestchester.com/criminal-justice-yesterday-today/

NBC Universal - News [Internet], August 2017
NBC Mention: Prison Dog Training Programs Rehabilitate Canines and Cons. (2017). (Liebson, R.). Available: http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/national-international/Prison-Pup-Programs-Give-Inmates-and-Shelter-Dogs-a-Second-Chance-437660633.html?asd

The Patch [Newspaper], June 2017
Newspaper mention, Pace University's Dr. Kimberly Collica-Cox Honored for First-ever Jail-based Parenting Program with Animal-assisted Therapy (2017). (Thompson & Bender). The Patch. Available: https://patch.com/new-york/pleasantville/pace-university-s-dr-kimberly-collica-cox-honored-first-ever-jail-based?utm_content=hudsonvalley&utm_campaign=blasts&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social

File 25: News of the NYS Sheriff's Association [Magazine], May 2017
Westchester County Department of Correction First-In-State to Pass PREA Audit. Available: http://myemail.constantcontact.com/File-25--News-of-the-NYS-Sheriffs--Association.html?soid=1109072963059&aid=ItDlm4XSdR0

Pace Chronicle [Newspaper], April 2017
New Course Offers Parenting, Prisons and Pups (Tucci, J.)

Pace Opportunitas [Magazine], December 2016
Wilson Faculty Fellows, 2016-2017. Available: http://www.pace.edu/mypace/wilson-faculty-fellows-2016%E2%80%932017

Eastchester Daily Voice [Newspaper], December 2016
Pace people this week: Prison, hip hop, food delivery. Available: http://eastchester.dailyvoice.com/schools/pace-people-this-week-prison-hip-hop-food-delivery/692946/

Good Dog Foundation [Internet], 2016
Good Dog Foundation Annual Gala Raises Record $300,000 For Therapy Dog Team Training And Research - Groundbreaking Pilot Program Announced To Help Female Prisoners Reduce Recidivism (6/8/16), Available: http://thegooddogfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/GoodDog-Gala-Post-Event-ReleaseFINAL060716.pdf

PetLynx Infostream [Magazine], 2016
( Seewalt, L.). Pet and prisoner programs thirving. Available: http://petlynxinfostream.blogspot.com/2016/08/pet-and-prisoner-programs-thriving.html

Pace Magazine [Magazine], November 2016
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PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS


Criminal Justice Educators Association of New York State

New York's Criminal Justice Research Consortium[Member]

American Jail Association[Member]

Eastern Sociological Society[Member]

Alpha Phi Sigma[Chapter Adviser]

Council on Undergraduate Research[Member]

American Correctional Association

FBI's Citizen Academy Alumni Foundation

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

American Society of Criminology

Ph.D. Alumni Association of the City of NY

John Jay College of Criminal Justice Alumni Association

COLLEGE SERVICE

  • Dyson Sabbatical Leave Committee [Committee Chair]
  • Dyson Curriculum Committee [Attendee, Meeting]

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

  • Grievance Committee
  • Nominations Committee
  • Opportunitas Awards Committee
  • Jefferson Awards Nomination Review Committee [Committee Member]
  • Fire Safety and Emergency Action Planning Team [Member]
    Desc: Fire Warden Staff
  • Creative Action Team [Committee Member]
  • Faculty Affairs [Committee Member]
  • Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship Steering Committee [Committee Member]
  • Financial Literacy Planning Subcommittee [Chairperson]
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