Tabatha Harris, Justice 07, was highlighted in the April 21 issue of "Seawolf Weekly," a UAA e-newsletter distributed to the campus and statewide community subscribers. Tabatha is working as a case manager in the Denver County Jail Women's Mental Health Transition Unit as part of the Prisoner Reentry Program.
Her focus is on teaching coping skills and practical life skills to the women in her unit, most of whom are suffering from mental and substance abuse issues. She also assists in identifying community resources for these women upon their release. In addition to her work as a case manager, Tabatha is currently in the Master's in Social Work program at Colorado State University - Brighton.