Alumni Spotlight: Success Stories
I value and appreciate my educational experience at UA. The closeness of students, faculty, and staff was awesome, and I will be forever grateful. My education truly prepared for a successful career in Criminal Justice. The structure, support, encourage, and motivation provided to me were priceless. It has been instrumental for a successful career. I am a proud UA College of Applied Science and Technology Alum! --Victoria Walker McGee (about her time in the College of Applied Science and Technology)
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Mrs. Walker McGee has worked in the Criminal Justice System for 27 years and holds a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Tiffin University. She currently is a Program Manager with Oriana House, Inc. in Akron, Ohio. In this capacity, she is responsible for oversight and management of the Summit County Community Based Correctional Facility (CBCF) for men and women and the Residential Correctional Center for women.
Victoria is active and involved in many organizations in the community. She currently is a board member for the LeBron James Family Foundation, and a member of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., Arlington Church of God, Akron Christ Child Society, Child and Family Leadership Exchange Class XXII, and the St. Vincent St. Mary Booster Club.