Bio

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I am an Assistant Professor of Latino & Caribbean Studies and a Faculty Affiliate of the Criminal Justice Program at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. Prior to joining the Rutgers community, I was a Visiting Assistant Professor at George Washington University, where I also served as the Interim Director of the GW Law & Society Minor. While living in Washington, D.C., I was a contracted researcher at the National Institute of Justice, contributing to the transnational organized crime portfolio. Projects in this area include grant-funded collaborations studying the Colombian National Police, the Honduran National Police, and the transnational capacity of MS-13 in the United States and El Salvador. I will serve as the inaugural Managing Editor for the Journal of White Collar and Corporate Crime - a forthcoming (2020) SAGE journal affiliated with the newly created division in the American Society of Criminology.

CV Available Here.

Education

PhD. 2017.  American University, School of Public Affairs

MA. 2013. George Washington University, Department of Sociology

BS. 2011. Florida State University, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Magna Cum Laude