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South Kingstown Resident Taylor Campbell, Daughter of the RIDOC's Mary-Anne Campbell Receives Susan M. Hunter Scholarship from the Association of State Correctional Administrators (ASCA)

On Wednesday, July 25th, at 3 p.m., Corrections Director Ashbel T. Wall II will present Taylor Campbell of South Kingstown with a $1,000 Susan M. Hunter Scholarship Award on behalf of the Association of State Correctional Administrators (ASCA), of which he is President. The annual award is available to children of correctional employees. The brief ceremony will take place in the 2nd floor Conference Room of the main Administration Building at 40 Howard Avenue on the Pastore Complex in Cranston.

Taylor is the daughter of Probation and Parole Officer Mary-Anne Campbell, who works in Adult Probation and Parole in Washington County. Mary-Anne has worked for the state since 1984 and has been with the RIDOC since 2004. Taylor is a 2011 graduate of South Kingstown High School and has completed her first year at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., where she is majoring in nursing.

The late Susan Hunter was the Chief of the Prisons Division of the National Institute of Corrections. A tremendous influence in the field of corrections, she passed away in 2003. A seasoned administrator and mentor to many corrections professionals, she was an advocate for change. ASCA named this scholarship on her behalf as a lasting tribute to her commitment, insight, energy and enthusiasm for the field of corrections.

The following paragraph about Ms. Hunter is included in the certificate presented to Ms. Campbell: Deeply held correctional ideals embodied the career of the late Susan M. Hunter, who was Chief of the Prisons Division, National Institute of Corrections, for 20 years. She advocated correctional professionalism that requires gender parity among inmates and staff, adequate programs, special considerations for the unique needs of women inmates and those requiring mental health services. She realized and proclaimed that the key to achieving these ideals was thorough training and education of staff. The Susan M. Hunter Scholarship honors Susan's educational ideal by honoring you for your educational goals and efforts. ASCA grants you this assistance as a child of a corrections employee. Go forth and strive for the enlightenment and knowledge that will prepare you to contribute to a better world.

The scholarship check can be used toward tuition, books, or other expenses.

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Department or agency: Department of Corrections

Online: http://www.doc.ri.gov

Release date: 07-10-2012

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