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Anna Maria College hires Tonisha Pinckney to lead Criminal Justice programs

Tonisha M. Pinckney, Ph.D., has been named director of Graduate and Undergraduate Criminal Justice programs at Anna Maria College in Paxton.

A criminologist and criminal justice expert, Pinckney joins Anna Maria following two years as director of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies at Newbury College in Brookline, teaching more than a dozen courses. Pinckney was also assistant dean of Adult & Professional Studies, Online Learning, Institutional Partnerships at Newbury College, developing curriculum and expanding the breadth of the program by developing new majors and specializations.

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