E.R. Cass Award Recipients and Banquet Sponsors

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E.R. Cass Award Recipients and Banquet Sponsors


ACA PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE RECIPIENTS OF THE 2003 E.R. CASS CORRECTIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD:

Sister Margaret A. Graziano, S.N.J.M., President, International Correctional Arts Network (I-Can), and art teacher/counselor, Lane County Adult Corrections Center, Eugene, Oregon

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J. Michael Quinlan, Senior Vice President, Corrections Corporation of America, and Former Director, Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice, Springfield, Virginia

ENTERTAINMENT SPONSORS ARE A CLASS ACT!

Corrections Corporation of America (CCA)

10 Burton Hills Boulevard

Nashville, TN 37215

(615) 263-3000, ext. 3092

Fax: (615) 263-3090

E-mail: damon.hininger@correctionscorp.com

Contact: Damon Hininger, Vice President, Federal Customer Relations

As the nation's largest provider of outsourced corrections management to Federal, State and Local Governmental agencies, Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) is the sixth largest corrections system in the United States, operating 60 prisons and jails with a capacity of 60,000 beds and more than 13,000 employees in 21 states and the District of Columbia. CCA offers a full range of services, including finance, design, construction, renovation and management of new or existing facilities, as well as long distance inmate transportation. CCA brings innovation, flexibility, efficiency and high standards of management to the correctional setting. Be sure to visit CCA at booths 729 and 731 while in Nashville.

HEERY International, Inc.

999 Peachtree Street, NE, Suite 300

Atlanta, GA 30309

(404) 881-9880/(800) 52-HEERY

Fax: (404) 875-1283

Web Site: www.heery.com

Contact: Su Cunningham, Director

Corrections/Criminal Justice Programs

For more than three decades, HEERY International, Inc. has been a leader in the planning, programming, design and construction of criminal justice, corrections and detention facilities in the United States. Their specialists have more than 100 years of experience providing a full array of professional services to the public; owners/clients and operators of state, federal and county prisons; county and city jails; federal, state and municipal courts; juvenile detention, correctional and court facilities, county and city police; and law enforcement facilities. …

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