Career connections night to explore ADJ fields
Recent alumni working in a variety of roles within the administration of justice fields will share their experiences during a career connections night scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11 in the Bazarsky Lecture Hall.
The program will include roundtable discussions and a networking reception. The evening is designed to help students become better prepared for careers by hearing professional advice and insights.
Alumni panelists will include:
- Ethan Boghigian ’17, patrol officer, Newport Police Department
- Sam Brito ’18, ’19 (M), information systems security engineer, Raytheon
- Jenna Carrabis ’08, ’09 (M), project manager/data analyst, Deloitte
- Gregg Catlow ’02, ’05 (M), detective sergeant, Smithfield Police Department
- Kyle Cavallaro ’19, patrol officer, West Warwick Police Department
- Jacqueline Crockwell ’15, associate attorney, Melick & Porter
- Kristilyn Davis ’05, investigator, Connecticut Department of Children and Families
- Wendy DeLuca ’12, ’13 (M), senior solutions engineer/East Coast manager, Recorded Future
- Garfield Douglas ’15, ’16 (M), information security specialist, Netsimco
- Matthew LaMountain ’07, special assistant attorney general, Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General
- Christine Maltby ’05, criminal defense attorney, Maltby Law
- Mike Marotta ’16, firefighter/EMT, Newport Fire Department
- Daniella Massimilla ’03, senior staff attorney, The Hartford
- Nicole McGovern ’16, ’18 (M), senior sales engineer, Recorded Future
- Alexandra Perkins ’15, claims advocate, Chisholm, Chisholm & Kilpatrick
- Desiree Peterson ’16, patrol officer, Westerly Police Department
Career connections night is sponsored by the Department of Administration of Justice and the Office of Career Development. Dress is business casual.
For more information, contact the Office of Career Development at (401) 341-2913 or email@example.com.