Listee Features — Criminal Justice

Reneau Kennedy


Reneau Charlene Ufford Kennedy, EdD, is a consulting forensic psychologist in private practice with more than 25 years of service within the justice system. Dr. Kennedy describes herself as a “natural public servant,” and she began her career as a teacher and counselor in Australia and Papua New Guinea after earning a Bachelor of Science in psychology, speech, and education from Willamette University in 1975. She began to recognize her calling toward counseling when she found that she often enjoyed helping the students who would linger after class with questions more than she enjoyed teaching the class. Dr. Kennedy continued her education at the University of Oregon, where she was awarded a Master of Science in psychology in 1981 and

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Emily Reed


Now retired, Emily A. Reed concluded her career as a systems and database administrator in the Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families. Prior to this position, she served as an adjunct professor of criminal justice at the University of Delaware from 1994 to 2001 and also taught at La Salle University, Brandywine College, Ursinus College, St. Joseph’s College and Western New England University over the course of her career. In addition to her educational endeavors, she also spent time as a management analyst with Delaware Criminal Justice Council and the Delaware Division of Corporations as well as an assistant planner for the town of Enfield, Connecticut. She has remained active in her retirement, teaching with the

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Known for her extensive knowledge of criminal justice, Helen Corrothers continues to lend her services to those in her community. She has worked as a member of the ethics committee of the American Correctional Association since 2003, as a member of the past president council of the American Correctional Association since 1998, as an independent consultant since 1996, and as a member of the Delaware Assembly of the American Correctional Association since 1993. Previously, Commissioner Corrothers garnered experience as a fellow of the United States Department of Justice, the commissioner of the United States Sentencing Commission and the United States Parole Commission, the superintendent of the Women’s Unit of the Arkansas Department of Correction, the social interviewer of the Arkansas

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