1st Vice President
Teri Coaxum, BA '93, MPA '08
2nd Vice President
Oscar Odom, III, BS'83, JD, EdD
MA '09, PhD '12
Linda M. Reynolds, MA'80
Danielle Barrett, BA'04
Linda M. Gimlett, MA '77
Nicole Napolitano, MA '03
F. McCann, BS '74, JD
Executive Director of Development
Alumni Engagement Specialist
Director of Alumni Relations
Leaders of Justice Series
City Councilman Ritchie Torres,
Leader and Chair of the New York City Council Committee on Public
Court, 6th Floor, New Building
2017 Job and Internship Fair
by the Office of Career and Professional Development
donation of $20 suggested. Professional attire, please.
Gymnasium, 4th Floor, Haaren Hall
York State Constitutional Convention: Prospects?
Court, 6th Floor, New Building
evening of student-led theater, with performances, panel discussions
by the students and faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies Program 334.
to students with ID; all others, $10.
For more information on any of these events, e-mail Alumni Relations
An Inside Look at the Machinery
you're in the Senate, you can feel the power. Everything is slow and
deliberate and done with great intention. But the House is really
scrappy and super fast-paced. It's the voice of the people. It's hard
to pick between the two of them." read more
Getting Smarter about
when they occur, are almost unrivaled in generating attention and
even fear. Whether in the form of assaults on individual bank
accounts or coordinated efforts to skew a presidential election, most
people agree that protecting our data should be a top national
priority. Nonetheless, there is a broad gap between knowing what to
protect and understanding how to protect it. read more
John Jay Students Are
Jay College has been recognized once again for contributing
to students' economic mobility into the middle class and
beyond. A new report from The Equality of Opportunity
Project lists John Jay in the top 10 nationally in intergenerational
mobility of students. The report shows that of the 54 percent of John
Jay students who come from lower-income families, 61.1
percent later rise to the top 40 percent in higher
income. read more
Feb. 8, the College formally launched the new Ron Moelis Social
Innovation Fellowship Program, underwritten by a gift from John Jay
Foundation trustee Ron Moelis, co-founder and CEO of L+M Development
partners. The fellowship program, an initiative aimed at taking
advantage of the emerging trend of social responsibility in the
business sector, will provide 10 students a year with stipends,
structured internship placements and mentoring, focused classroom
learning, and other support. On hand to discuss the new program were
(l.-r.) the program's director, Professor Heath Brown of the
Department of Public Management; Andi Phillips, co-founder Managing
Partner at Maycomb Capital LP; Randolph Brown, Chief Technology
Officer at Jopwell, the recruitment and career advancement firm; and
Become a Better
Apply now for Fall 2017 Admission
February 2017, John Jay Online launched its newest offering, the
Advanced Certificate in Criminal Investigation. The program, designed
for students who wish to engage in research, become homeland security
professionals at local, state or federal levels, or join U.S.
agencies, offers courses as part of the M.A. Criminal Justice
program, and is a stand-alone certificate at the post-baccalaureate
level. read more
Watch for your
invitations to these
Reunion Weekend - April 21-22, 2017
Justice Gala - May 8, 2017
F. O'Dowd (M.A.'77) recently retired as a
Michigan state circuit court probation agent. He taught college-level
courses inside the world's largest walled prison in Jackson, Mich.,
and also taught at Kalamazoo Valley Community College. "My
education at John Jay provided an outstanding experience," he
Dudley-Smith (B.S. '89) is the principal of the
Dudley-Smith Law Firm, LLC, which recently opened a new office at
1155 W. Chestnut St., Suite 2A, Union, NJ 07083.
Bankovic (M.A. '96) is on a three-year
assignment as the Foreign Service/Regional Security Officer for the
U.S. Consulate in Toronto, Canada. His previous overseas assignments
have included Kiev, Beijing, and Beirut.
Spaun (B.A./M.A. '96) was recently appointed to the Board of
Directors of Habitat for Humanity of Dutchess County, N.Y., where he
assists the organization in providing affordable housing for
low-income families and rebuilding neighborhoods and communities.
Rodney Boyce (B.S. '98)
retired from the NYPD in September 2016 after 21 years of service,
most recently at the 81st Precinct in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
Peers (M.A. '07) is the Homeless Continuum of Care
Administrator for the Cape Fear Region of North Carolina. She
oversees the region's state and federal grants for homeless services
and housing, data analysis and reporting, and special initiatives to
address vulnerable populations.
M. Evans (B.A. '10) has been working for
the FBI since 2012, starting as a police officer and moving laterally
within the Bureau.
Maneggio (M.A. '11) began employment as a
federal probation officer in the Eastern District of New York in
2015. He also volunteers as a detective for the Nassau County Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
A. Andersen (B.A./M.A. '13) graduated from
CUNY Law School in June, passed the New York State bar exam and is
now working as an Assistant District Attorney in the Appeals Bureau
of the Bronx County District Attorney's Office.
Brian J. Bohannon Jr.
(B.S. '14) is a 12-year veteran and captain with the NYPD, and was
recently appointed as commanding officer of the 106th Precinct in
Ozone Park, Queens. He was recently accepted to and is in the process
of completing the M.A. in Criminal Justice for NYPD executives at