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Welcome New Members


The American Correctional Association would like to extend a warm welcome to the following members who joined the association between Nov. 1, 2013, and Feb. 28, 2014. We are only as strong as our members, and your continued support encourages us to work harder on your behalf. For more information about membership and how to join, contact: Susanna Butler, director of membership services, susannab@aca.org, (703) 224-0047.

ALABAMA--Ashley Brown, Barry Prestage, Virginia College at Birmingham

ARIZONA--Curtis Burns, William Cortez, Jolene Hefner, Veronica Joseph, Kelly Kanavel, Douglas Kramer, Stephanie Macias, Jourdain Richter, Marie Rolfsmeier, Therese Schroeder, MaryEllen Sheppard, Cynthia Spiegel, Art Sylvie, Birgit Wilson

ARKANSAS--Shelia McCain, Todd Speight

CALIFORNIA--Denisse Aguilar, Barbara-Marie Alarcon, Valerie Bolduc, Dean Borders, Michael Chirila, Grant Choate, Jeffrey Coffman, Jay Corby, Larry Corby, Eva Fresquez, Ani Ghazaryan, Bessy Glaske, James Golden, Ellen Golston, Kevin Hebert, Cary Hogan, Victor Jimenez, Roman Kovtutskyi, Kevin Kuykendall, John Lee, Allan Lenefsky, Azael Lizarraga, Kurt Luther, David Manson, Muhammad Maskeen, Marisa McClure, Roneka Muhammed, Numifinancial, Joseph Ochoa, Anthony Perez, Yolanda Ramirez, Joseph Ryan, San Joaquin Valley College, Kaitlyn Sullivan, Kian Tobin, Wanda Von Kleist, Carmen Warner-Robbins, Eric Woodford, Jeanne Woodford, Jose Yanez

COLORADO--Dawn Ballas, Tammy Bonnici, Leigh Burrows, Karen Chappelow, Darcelle DeWitt, Luis Gamboa, Terry Garza, MaCain Hildebrand, Sandra Jones, Robert Keisel, Pamela King, KIOSK Information Systems, Dennis Kreutz, Susan Kuiper, Roberta Lozano, Ken MacCrone, Julian Perez, Charles Price, Lucretia Robinson, Doree Rodecape, Krystle Romero, James Root, Alison Rowland, Vani Russell, Michelle Smith, Penny Spearing, Robert Sullivent, Tamara Valdes, Nyssa Walker, Kellie Wasko, Carla Weldon

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA--Laurrine Ellis, Daniela Golinelli, Didier Sinisterra

FLORIDA--Efrain Acevedo, Kern Simmons Alexander, Mark Andrews, Michael Baglivio, Camela Boyette, Clyde Brooks, Maria Brooks, Shalanda Brown, Dion Cappucci, Holly Christiano, Adrienne Conwell, Norberto Cortez, Trevor Darlington, Manuel Dominguez, Thomas Dow, Paige Electric, Florida State University, Arthur Fortson, Malcolm Foster, Tony Gallivan, Charlene Gandy, Irene Gomes, Mark Greenwald, Janet Higgins-Weston, Carolyn Holmes, Chris Howard, Novlet Hudson, Keisha Johnson, Michael Johnson, Simone Johnson-Boyd, Gina Jules, David LaCob, Sue Lane, Ranada Leslie-Holmes, Clarence McCoy, Kyle McEnery, Ricky McIntosh, Eliot Meiseles, Audrey Pus ins, Connie Russell, Erin Sheehan, Jeremy Smith, Jonathan Sosa, Cynthia Spence, Tracey Stevens, George Stewart, Donald Stine, Wanda Tipton, Russell Washburn

GEORGIA--Mordie Askew, Deearm Cash, Mitchell Chambers, Braxton Cotton, Andre Ford, Erforci Harrison, Roy Johnson, Sharon Julye, Robert Kiedinger, David Lane, Willie Lawton, Robert Pauls, Robert Sapp, Chris Saxton, Mark Sexton, Robert Snyder, Fred Tanner

HAWAII--Jennifer Merkle

IDAHO--Brandon McDade, Gary Raney, John Sevy

ILLINOIS--Georgia Acosta, Christina Alexander, Christi Allison, Sarah Anguiano, Deborah Ash, Ali Bawani, Clayton Bond, David Browne, Micah Cardiel, Erika Carlson, Arletha Cobb, Tiffany Convey, Julie Davis, James Edwards, Justin Escamilla, Jesus Estrada, Charles Fasano, Taylor Faust, Jose Flores, Alex Folami, John Francey, Vanessa Gauna, Kyle Gonzales, Rebekah Guilotte, Mary Johnson, Patrick Keaty, Hanifa Khan, Edna Lee, Ricardo Lopez, Daniel Ludwig, Cameron Macek, Pedro Marchan, Monica Morgan, Albert Murphy, Lydia Muwanga, Joan Noble, Sophia Nudelman, Marcos Ponce, Brandon Rabin, Yasnai Rodriguez, Martha Salazar, Ivana Savic, Ashlee Stephens, Stephanie Sweer, Jamal Taylor, Joanna Thompson, Abdi Tinwalla, Gianna Tricarico, Pedro Urbina, Brandi Vigil, Carla Wilson, Robert Woodall. …

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