Event Title

Juvenile and Adult Criminal Justice System

Presenter Information

Marshall University

Streaming Media

Document Type

Panel Discussion

Location

Marshall University Don Morris Room

Start Date

13-11-2017 12:40 PM

End Date

13-11-2017 1:25 PM

Description

Lt Col Kenneth L. Hale, Sr. (Retired) served as the Labor Relations and State Equal Employment Manager for the entire West Virginia National Guard, Charleston, West Virginia. Lt Col Hale has also worked at the West Virginia Governor's Office of Community and Industrial Development/Employment and Training Division. After earning credits at Marshall University, he graduated from West Virginia State University in 1984. Lt Col Hale is the father of seven and the grandfather of fourteen.

C. Damien Arthur is an Assistant Professor of Public Administration and Policy at Marshall University, in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration. He completed a Ph.D. in Political Science at West Virginia University and an M.P.A. in Public Administration as well as an M.T.S. in Religion, Culture, and Personality at Boston University’s School of Theology. Damien’s research has focused upon leadership, primarily, presidential rhetorical leadership in relation to salient policies such as economics, institutions, and immigration. He is author of “Economic Actors, Economic Behaviors, and Presidential Leadership: The Constrained Effects of Rhetoric” and “Debating Immigration in the Age of Terrorism, Polarization, & Trump” with Joshua Woods. He has published refereed journal articles in Presidential Studies Quarterly, White House Studies, and Sociological Spectrum. He is currently writing the definitive biography of Senator Robert C. Byrd.

Mr. Denny Dodson, Deputy Director, West Virginia Division of Juvenile Services

Ms. Cheryl Henderson is an attorney and practices law with the firm Henderson, Henderson & Staples, L.C. In addition to her legal practice she has served as Huntington Municipal Court Judge since February, 2015. Ms. Henderson received her B.A. in English from Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, and then her J.D. from West Virginia University College of Law in 1980. Ms. Henderson worked as a trademark attorney in the Trademark Office at the Department of Commerce in Washington D.C. for two (2) years before returning home to West Virginia. Henderson was appointed to the West Virginia Board of Medicine as one of three (3) lay members by Governor Joe Manchin, III, in November, 2010 and served until October, 2017. She has a son, Justin Lee Henderson.

Ms. Cindy Largent-Hill, Director, West Virginia Juvenile Justice Commission

Dr. Peggy Proudfoot Harman is an Associate Professor, Director of the Marshall University Master Social Work (MSW) program, and has been working in the field of Social Work since 1976 after earning an Associate's Degree as a Social Service Aide from Davis and Elkins College. Dr. Harman’s first job was with the West Virginia Department of Welfare, now known as the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR). Dr. Harman went on to earn a BFA in Theatre from West Virginia University, an MSW from West Virginia University, and a Ph.D. in Social Work from the University of Louisville Kent School of Social Work. Dr. Harman has worked in child welfare, juvenile justice, developmental disabilities, mental health, substance abuse treatment, and as a forensic social worker, investigating and mitigating death sentences of death row inmates for the Federal Public Defender, 3rd Circuit, in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.

 
Nov 13th, 12:40 PM Nov 13th, 1:25 PM

Juvenile and Adult Criminal Justice System

Marshall University Don Morris Room

Lt Col Kenneth L. Hale, Sr. (Retired) served as the Labor Relations and State Equal Employment Manager for the entire West Virginia National Guard, Charleston, West Virginia. Lt Col Hale has also worked at the West Virginia Governor's Office of Community and Industrial Development/Employment and Training Division. After earning credits at Marshall University, he graduated from West Virginia State University in 1984. Lt Col Hale is the father of seven and the grandfather of fourteen.

C. Damien Arthur is an Assistant Professor of Public Administration and Policy at Marshall University, in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration. He completed a Ph.D. in Political Science at West Virginia University and an M.P.A. in Public Administration as well as an M.T.S. in Religion, Culture, and Personality at Boston University’s School of Theology. Damien’s research has focused upon leadership, primarily, presidential rhetorical leadership in relation to salient policies such as economics, institutions, and immigration. He is author of “Economic Actors, Economic Behaviors, and Presidential Leadership: The Constrained Effects of Rhetoric” and “Debating Immigration in the Age of Terrorism, Polarization, & Trump” with Joshua Woods. He has published refereed journal articles in Presidential Studies Quarterly, White House Studies, and Sociological Spectrum. He is currently writing the definitive biography of Senator Robert C. Byrd.

Mr. Denny Dodson, Deputy Director, West Virginia Division of Juvenile Services

Ms. Cheryl Henderson is an attorney and practices law with the firm Henderson, Henderson & Staples, L.C. In addition to her legal practice she has served as Huntington Municipal Court Judge since February, 2015. Ms. Henderson received her B.A. in English from Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, and then her J.D. from West Virginia University College of Law in 1980. Ms. Henderson worked as a trademark attorney in the Trademark Office at the Department of Commerce in Washington D.C. for two (2) years before returning home to West Virginia. Henderson was appointed to the West Virginia Board of Medicine as one of three (3) lay members by Governor Joe Manchin, III, in November, 2010 and served until October, 2017. She has a son, Justin Lee Henderson.

Ms. Cindy Largent-Hill, Director, West Virginia Juvenile Justice Commission

Dr. Peggy Proudfoot Harman is an Associate Professor, Director of the Marshall University Master Social Work (MSW) program, and has been working in the field of Social Work since 1976 after earning an Associate's Degree as a Social Service Aide from Davis and Elkins College. Dr. Harman’s first job was with the West Virginia Department of Welfare, now known as the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR). Dr. Harman went on to earn a BFA in Theatre from West Virginia University, an MSW from West Virginia University, and a Ph.D. in Social Work from the University of Louisville Kent School of Social Work. Dr. Harman has worked in child welfare, juvenile justice, developmental disabilities, mental health, substance abuse treatment, and as a forensic social worker, investigating and mitigating death sentences of death row inmates for the Federal Public Defender, 3rd Circuit, in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.