Jennifer Tejada, chief of police in Emeryville, Calif., says getting her master’s degree was “always on my to-do list.” But amid the challenges of balancing a busy career and raising a family, “I kept putting it off.
Eugene Harris credits his graduate studies at the University of San Diego with helping him advance his career in law enforcement.
Amy Zapatka is the dean of school culture at Achievement First, a charter school in Providence, RI.
Jillian Robards grew up in the San Francisco Bay area but discovered her passion for the field of law enforcement during an internship as a community center officer at UC San Diego.
Alumni Spotlight: First Grade Teacher Accomplishes Personal Goal By Completing Curriculum and Instruction Degree
Kassondra Sosa graduated with her B.A. in elementary education from the University of New Mexico and recently completed her Master of Education degree with a concentration in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of San Diego.