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Instructor, Social Sciences
M.S. in Psychology, Capella University
B.S. in Psychology and Corrections, Western Oregon University
A.A.S./A.S. in Criminal Justice Corrections/Lower Division Collegiate, Chemeketa Community College
Ms. Premo served in the United States Marine Corps and Army Reserves and attained her bachelor’s degree through the GI Bill. Ms. Premo worked for nineteen in the field of institutional corrections, serving on specialty teams including emergency management, tactical response, gang investigations, forensic psychiatric units, and as a command officer for minimum custody work and fire camps. She served as the Assistant Director for the Regional Training department at the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training.
Her teaching experience began as an adjunct instructor for several colleges in the state of Oregon. In 2004 she was hired as full time faculty for the Criminal Justice program at Chemeketa Community College, serving as the program chair for 6 years. Ms. Premo retired from the state of Oregon in 2012 and began teaching at Sheridan College in the fall of 2013. She is the program coordinator for the Social Science, Human Services, and the Addictions Practitioner Certificate programs at Sheridan College. She instructs within the addictions, counseling, criminal justice, psychology and sociology disciplines.