Callie Rennison

✪ CU REGENT CD2 | Callie Rennison

Callie has devoted her 20+ year career as a criminologist to solving problems and supporting those around her, first as a statistician at the Department of Justice in Washington, DC, and later in higher education, she has tackled thorny issues related to violent victimization, especially its effects on victims. Today she is a tenured professor in the School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver, the system’s most diverse campus. Callie will bring an important perspective to the Board of Regents. She worked her way through college as a first-generation college student and is a proud Houston Community College graduate. She then earned a B.S in Psychology, an M.A. in Sociology, an M.A. in Political Science, and ultimately a PhD in Political Science from the University of Houston.

From Houston, she moved to Washington DC and served as a statistician in the Department of Justice during the Clinton and Bush administrations before transitioning into higher education. She believes as a CU Regent, she can continue solving problems and serving others.

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