Carl Nink, MBA
Carl Nink has 35 years of experience in the criminal justice field, 25 of which were with the Arizona Department of Corrections. There, he rose from Corrections Officer to Warden, and ultimately to Assistant Director, where he managed the statewide divisions for human resources, community corrections and prison management. He draws on all this experience in his role as a faculty member of the Criminal Justice & Security program at the University of Phoenix Utah Campus. He also is a member of the University’s Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice Administration Faculty Advisory Council.
In 2005, Carl earned his MBA from Western International University. He is now a published author focusing on correctional topics, and is a frequent presenter at conferences around the United States.
After his retirement from the corrections system in late 2000, Carl joined Utah-based Management and Training Corporation, which provides educational, occupational and technical training to Job Corps students and correctional facility inmates across the country. He became its Executive Director in 2002. To maintain a commitment to his field, he is a member of the North American Association of Wardens and Superintendents, Western Correctional Association, and American Association for Correctional and Forensic Psychology.
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