Strive to be the best leader that you can be, and understand that everybody no matter
what their position can be a leader.
April Fulcher '91
Seize every opportunity to learn from and be mentored by the professionals whose boots
are on the ground.
Kendra Woodard '18
Find your purpose! Your purpose will soon be your passion and your passion will continue
to motivate you!
Penny Bowles '95
Interpersonal and Communication skills are the greatest skills needed as a law enforcement
Ron Butler '19
Making sure I am in a good place spiritually and mentally, ensures I am able to be
of service to someone else which in turn enriches my own spirit.
Chrissy Cagle '00
Dr. Bohlander was so funny and had a great passion for teaching. He made me believe
in myself and is the reason I kept pursuing my degree.
Alexa Hatcher '17
A favorite memory of my time at WKU was when we created a sustainable food forest
at the Barren County Detention Center through the mentorship of Dr. Nicole Brezeale.
Kristina Gamble '09 & '15
My studies pushed me to use Sociology as a tool to understand social systems in order
to be an effective agent for change.
Tabby Seabolt '09
Make connections with people in different areas of the criminal justice system, and
get to know and understand the workload of your chosen field.
Bailey Thiry '15
A degree may not help you navigate some jobs, but the things you learn are definitely
important in staying empathetic when working in law enforcement or corrections.
Morgan Stone '13
My advice would be to find something you love and pursue It fearlessly.
Nathan Cadena '18
At Lifeskills, there is more than just a sense of us working together as our ultimate
goal is to better the mental health of our clients and increase accessibility to mental
health care among vulnerable communities.