202 Hecht House
Dean Blomberg assumed position as dean in 2003. He has been a faculty member in the College since 1973. He is internationally recognized for his corrections research, and is frequently called upon as a consultant and expert witness. He has written more than 160 books, monographs, articles, chapters and papers, and has extensive experience in directing large scale research grants.
203 Hecht House
Leslee works to assist in supporting administrative operations, Leslee received a B.A. from Florida State University.
Director of Development
220B Hecht House
Kevin is an employee of the FSU Foundation who serves the College by planning alumni outreach activities and securing philanthropic support from corporations, foundations, and private donors. In this role, he serves as the primary contact for alumni and friends of the College who are interested in learning how they can get involved with the incredible work being done at FSU. To learn how you can get involved, contact Kevin today!
Assistant Director, Administrative Services
214 Hecht House
Claire is responsible for fiscal planning and budgeting for the College. She manages administrative, financial, and human resource functions including the supervision of College staff and fiscal operations, provides oversight of contracts and grants, scholarships and loans, and Foundation funds. Claire also serves as Contact manager for the Journal of Drug Issues.
204 Hecht House
Catherine is the human resources representative for the College of Criminology & Criminal Justice. She is responsible for managing office administrative and fiscal activities for the college and the Center for Criminology & Public Policy. .
External Affairs Coordinator
219 Hecht House
Lindsay is responsible for managing the College of Criminology & Criminal Justice's marketing strategy and public and media relations. She also serves as a liaison between the College, the FSU Foundation and the FSU Alumni Association to promote alumni engagement and philanthropic support. Prior to joining the College of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Lindsay was the Business Research & Marketing Analyst at the Central Florida Development Council of Polk County, Florida. During her time with the Council she developed and managed both the economic analysis program and the strategic marketing plan for Polk County.
217 Hecht House
Mike is responsible for maintaining the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice's computer network and provides technical support for faculty, staff, and students in the College.