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. 12 in the Young Building.
The program will include a roundtable question-and-answer session and a networking reception. The evening is designed to help students become better prepared for careers by hearing professional advice and insights.
Panelists will include:
- Natalie Barone ’16, ’17 (M), sexual assault victim advocate, U.S. Navy
- Ethan Boghigian ’17, police officer, Newport Police Department
- Daniel Conley ’06, sergeant, Hudson (N.H.) Police Department
- Jacqueline Crockwell ’05, law clerk, Melick & Porter LLP
- Lea Cure ’15, ’16 (M), cyber intelligence specialist, Citizens Bank
- Samantha DeLuca ’15, ’16 (M), information systems security manager, Raytheon
- Wendy DeLuca ’13, ’14 (M), manager of solutions engineering, Recorded Future
- Kyle Endres ’11, police officer, Providence Police Department
- Elyse Goodman ’05, ’18 (M), senior inspector/deputy U.S. marshal, U.S. Marshals Service
- Greg Gosselin ’13, ’15 (M), police officer, Middletown Police Department
- Gianna Gualtieri ’15, ’16 (M), law clerk, Cameron & Mittleman LLP
- Tyler Sienkiewicz ’13, ’14 (M), child protective investigator, R.I. Department of Children, Youth and Families
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.