Cheronie Blunt, Ed.D.
Dual Enrollment Public Safety Instructor
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Crime Scene Processing
Methods of Criminal Investigations
Morris Brown College, Atlanta, Georgia Bachelor of Science in Political Science
Albany State University, Albany, Georgia Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Argosy University, Atlanta, Georgia Doctor of Education
While working full time with the Georgia Department of Corrections (1994 – 2011); I begin teaching as an adjunct instructor with Middle Georgia Technical College in 2002 until 2005. I taught Interpersonal Relations & Professional Development Courses. Likewise, I worked with Columbus State University as an adjunct instructor from 2005 – 2008, teaching Criminal Justice courses for the Command College. I begin full-time employment with Middle Georgia Technical College then/now Central Georgia Technical College in January 2012 with the Criminal Justice Division. I currently serve as an Instructor/Dual Enrollment at the Houston County Career Academy for the Criminal Justice Division at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) in Warner Robins. I possess a great passion for teaching and seek out opportunities to share my knowledge with students of all ages. Outside of CGTC, I serve as Manuscript reviewer for the Criminal Justice Association of Georgia for potential scholar articles for The Pursuit Journal. I served as Teacher of the 18-19 Year for the Houston County Career Academy and the District Exceptional Teacher of the Year. I served as the lead teacher for several projects to include SkillsUSA (CTSO), Harbor Freight Grant Writing Committee, and Partners Club. I currently have a student that is serving as the SkillsUSA Vice President for the State of Georgia 19-20 and a student that is the Lieutenant Governor’s College and Career Academy Student of the Year for the State of Georgia 20-21. I am also the former recipient of the 2013-2014 CGTC innovation mini grant and the first dual enrollment instructor to have a GOAL student finalist. Likewise, I work with the Georgia Bar Association and three volunteer attorneys to provide Houston County students the opportunity to participate in the Georgia Mock Trial Competitions. This has greatly prepared me to understand and relay the importance of quality education at all levels and to be a vessel in the community for growing our own leaders.