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Past Officers of the
Native Americans into Criminal Justice Association

Officers 2002 - 2003

President:
Tim Topitzhofer Anishinabe,Mississippi Band, MN
Criminal Justice Major, Sociology Minor.
I feel there is a critical need for culturally sensitive Native Americans to serve in the ciminal justice and natural resource protection field, especially in native communities and reservations. My long term goals include addressing this need, and impacting the alarming crime rates on the reservations in a positive manner.

Treasurer:
Sherina Hume 
Anishinabe, Minnesota
I feel Native Americans should have opportunities to be presented in a positive way, and this is one great way to get noticed. The light will come to you the day you arrive and see what we are doing today.

Public Relations:
Napoleon Laverdure
Chippewa, Turtle Mountain
Criminal Justice Major, Indian Studies Minor
I am a senior here at UND. I am proud to be a part of the CJ program mainly because there are a lot of great people to work with. I highly recommend UND's CJ program.

Graduate Student Representative:
Violet Phillips
Sioux, Standing Rock
Sociology Master's
As an undergraduate I majored in Sociology and Criminal Justice at the University of North Dakota and I received a BACJS. With the expansion of the Criminal Justice Program, I am contemplating a PHD in Criminal Justice. Presently, I am a first year student in Sociology in the graduate program at UND. It has been a rewarding experience which is due to the support of instructors and personnel. The students at UND have shown a friendly demeanor which enables a positive attitude in my pursuits toward higher education. I recommend UND as a "stepping stone" toward higher education.

WebMaster:
William L. Hume
Anishinabe, Minnesota
NACJA is kind of like a family, they listen to your comments without judging you. It gives you great opportunitites and lets you be proud of what you are. You are invited to join NACJA and do what you like to do (like web master) to help out.

Advisor:
Wendelin Hume
Anishinabe, Minnesota
 wendelin.hume@und.edu
Wendelin is currently an Associate Professor in the Criminal Justice program, is Director of the Native Americans into Criminal Justice Initiative, and is Coordinator of the Internship and Co-Op programs.

 

2005 - 2006

President:
Sherina Hume 
Anishinabe, Minnesota
sherina.hume@gmail.com
I feel Native Americans should have opportunities to be presented in a positive way, and this is one great way to get noticed. The light will come to you the day you arrive and see what we are doing today.

Webmaster:
William L. Hume
Anishinabe, Minnesota
NACJA is kind of like a family, they listen to your comments without judging you. It gives you great opportunitites and lets you be proud of what you are. You are invited to join NACJA and do what you like to do (like webmaster) to help out.

Advisor:
Wendelin Hume
Anishinabe, Minnesota
wendelin.hume@und.edu
Wendelin is currently an Associate Professor in the Criminal Justice program, is Director of the Native Americans into Criminal Justice Initiative, and is Coordinator of the Internship and Co-Op programs.

 

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