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Thank you to the co-chairs and host committee members for making the 140th Congress of Correction a great success!

Paola Baldo, * president, Criminal Justice Society - ACA Student Chapter, University of Illinois/Chicago

Beth Compton, chief legal advisor, Illinois Department of Corrections, Chicago

Arthur Bishop, * acting director, Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice, Springfield. Ill.

Thomas Dart, * sheriff, Cook County Sheriff's Office, Chicago

Carmen DeSadier, superintendent, Cook County Department of Corrections, Chicago

Mark Delia, commander, Apprehension/Law Enforcement Issues, Illinois Department of Corrections, Lockport, Ill.

Terry Durr, jail superintendent, Sagamon County Sheriff's Office, Springfield, Ill.

Sharyn Elman, chief public information officer, JRTC, Chicago

Roberta M. Fews, chief of programs and support services, Illinois Department of Corrections, and vice president, Illinois Correctional Association, Springfield, Ill.

Cory Foster, senior policy advisor, Illinois Department of Corrections, Chicago

Salvador (Tony) A. Godinez, executive director, Cook County Department of Corrections, Chicago

Camille Grayson, Allied Tube & Conduit, Chicago

Shelith Hansbro, chief of constituents services, Illinois Department of Corrections, Springfield, Ill.

Richard T. Hart, program supervisor, The Salvation Army, Chicago

Larry Hartman, HDR Architecture Inc., Chicago

Eric Hoch, president, HOCCS Day Reporting/Hume Detention/Ignition Interlock, Indianapolis

Bobbie L. Huskey, president, Huskey & Associates, Chicago

Kathy Kiss, confidential assistant/Chicago police liaison, Illinois Department of Corrections, Chicago

Edna Lee, center supervisor, Crossroads ATC, Chicago

Earl Merritt Jr., acting superintendent, Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice, Illinois Department of Corrections, Chicago

Mike McCotter, chief of public safety, Illinois Department of Corrections, Chicago

Jesse Montgomery, chief of parole, Illinois Department of Corrections, Springfield, Ill.

Megan Muter, senior sales coordinator, HDR Architecture Inc., Chicago

Sadie Pristave, president, student chapter, Northern Illinois University, Aurora, Ill.

Michael P. Randle, * former director, Illinois Department of Corrections, Springfield, Ill.

Toyia Sims, confidential assistant to the director, Illinois Department of Corrections, Chicago

Brigitte Smith, confidential staff assistant to the director, Illinois Department of Corrections, Springfield, Ill.

Ron Smith, deputy director of operations, Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice, Springfield, Ill.

Janice Shallcross, Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice, St. Charles, Ill.

Dede Short, public relations officer, Illinois Department of Corrections, Springfield, Ill.

Samuel Sublett, consultant, St. Charles, Ill.

Gladyse Taylor, assistant director to the host committee, Illinois Department of Corrections, Springfield, Ill.

Jim Thomas, distinguished teaching professor (emeritus) & ACA Student Affairs Committee, Northern Illinois University, and visiting professor, University of Illinois/Chicago, De Kalb, Ill.

Linda Thomas, warden, Metropolitan Correctional Center (BOP), Chicago

Dr. Lanee T. Walls, superintendent, School District 428, Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice, Springfield, Ill.

Pamela Ward, statewide housing coordinator, Illinois Department of Corrections, Chicago

B. Diane Williams, president/CEO, Safer Foundation, Chicago

Neil Williamson, sheriff, Sangamon County Sheriff's Office, Springfield, Ill.

Eddie Zuniga, treasurer, University of Illinois/Chicago, Chicago
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Title Annotation:CHICAGO 140th Congress of Correction
Publication:Corrections Today
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Date:Oct 1, 2010
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