Heather Prince - Research Assistant
Heather Prince is currently a doctoral student in Criminology, Law, and Society at George Mason University. She earned her M.S. in Criminology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2018, and her B.A. in Criminology from Albright College in 2017. She served as an intern for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives in Philadelphia in 2018, and has been with ASEBP since May 2019.
Olivia McCann- Member Liaison and Special Projects
Olivia McCann has held numerous positions since joining ASEBP in August 2018. She is currently the Membership Liaison and works on various special projects. Olivia does everything from marketing to making sure members are getting the most out of their ASEBP membership. She has prior experience working for the Sacramento (CA) Police Department and is currently a Probation Officer for the Washington State Department of Corrections. Olivia holds a Bachelor's in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Washington State University and a Master's of Legal Studies in Criminal Law from Arizona State University.
Caleb Crutchfield - Research Assistant and Special Projects
Caleb Crutchfield graduated with a BS in Sociology from North Carolina State University in 2022. He currently is working on research-related topics and various special projects since joining ASEBP in July 2022. He has prior experience working as a civil law intern. Caleb works closely with the board members to ensure member satisfaction.
Andrew Wheeler - Author of The Criminal Justician
Andrew Wheeler has a PhD in criminal justice from SUNY Albany, was a former crime analyst, and has collaborated with police departments across the country on projects related to predictive policing, evaluating crime reduction policies, operations research, and measuring racial bias. He is currently a Data Scientist in the private sector, and regularly blogs on scientific computing at https://andrewpwheeler.com/.