Carolyn Oliphant Suniga
Carolyn Oliphant Suniga has obtained an Associate Degree from Vincennes University, a Bachelor of Science Degree, Bachelor of Social Work, a minor in psychology, and a Master of Science all from Indiana State University. Following this; she obtained a Masters in Social Work from University of Southern Indiana. She obtained Certification of Conflict Mediation through the Sociology Graduate program at Indiana State University. She has researched within the criminal justice system with assessments as her topic. She performed a records review while at a major hospital for comparison with Adult Child of Alcoholic as the data factor. She later performed a qualitative study with the topic, Public Sentiment and War. She has been a member of National Association of Social Workers from 1997 to 2013. She has acted as a consultant within the faith based community for women’s recovery from methamphetamine addictions. She has had extensive professional training for Dealing with the Drug Dealer, Deception, Gang-Related Information, and Restorative Justice. She has worked in the fields with the Indiana State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. She served as an intern for Vigo County Sheriff Department Victims Assistance Office, Mental Health America, Regional Hospital Behavioral Health Unit, Fresenius Medical Care, and Greene County Prosecutor’s Office. She has worked for both Vincennes University and Indiana State University. While at Indiana State; she served as director for the Distance Learning Prison Program. She has served as an Indiana Probation Officer for over five years.