Leader Ensures Her Team Provides A Continuum of Services

Leone, Lisa
June 2008
Corrections Today;Jun2008, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p42
The article profiles Gerri Riley, the director of the Reentry Services Division of the Massachusetts Department of Corrections. A discussion of Riley's education and employment history within the corrections industry is presented. Changes which Riley has implemented within the division are discussed.


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