Main Content

Spotlight on Alumni

Saint Anselm alumnus Kennan MacArthur now works with federal offenders in an adulty reentry program

Working with Federal Offenders - Kennan MacArthur, class of 2013

Now the Program Monitor for federal offenders, criminal justice major Kennan MacArthur '13 attributes his success to his criminal justice courses and the volunteer work he did through Saint Anselm's Meelia Center. Read more »

Jim McDonnell

Long Beach Law: Police Chief - Jim McDonnell, class of 1981

McDonnell knows a career in law enforcement was the right choice. Today, he is chief of police in Long Beach, California, a city of 500,000. "I'm very lucky. At the end of the day I get to say to myself ‘I helped people today. I did something to make the world a better place, in my own small way.'" Read more >>

Lisa Sacco

Fighting Fear with Data - Lisa Sacco, class of 2001

Like many Americans, Sacco was profoundly influenced by the events of September 11, 2001. She continues to be fascinated by the way people responded to the fear that was born that day, and that fascination inspired her doctoral degree research in criminology/criminal justice at SUNY Albany. Read more >>

Mark Sullivan

D.C. Confidential: Secret Service Director - Mark Sullivan, class of 1977

As the previous director of the United States Secret Service, Sullivan had an inside view and a critical role in American history. Sullivan's call to the White House came in 1991 when he was assigned to protect George H.W. Bush. His first presidentail trip was back to New Hampshire for a campaign rally in the first-in-the-nation primary state. Read more >>