Mrs. Alfreada Brown-Kelly, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice, received her B.S. in Criminal Justice and her M.A. in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. She teaches sociology, criminology, juvenile delinquency, urban problems, social problems, race and ethnicity, internship and enmergency preparedness and security management at Hampton University. Her areas of specialization are bullying, juvenile delinquents and women who have been incarcerated. Her recent publications include " Examining Risk Factors for Recidivism and Disparities in Treatment among Female Probationers" and Examining the Relationship between Children's Behavoiral Outcomes and Life Events among Incarcerated Mothers" with Hampton University colleagues and the undergraduate students as co-authors. Alfreada Brown-Kelly is also a sexual assasult responder in the Hampton Roads area. Alfreada is also the author of 5 publications. They are My Thoughts and Prayers, Decrees and Declarations of Authenticity, Why Women Weep, The Skin I Am In and Transformation of the Mind, Body & Soul.