Michael David started as a Criminal Justice Instructor for Central Community College in Nebraska on August 1, 2018. He had recently retired after 31 years in the field of Corrections covering all aspects of to include Prisons, Community Security, Parole, Work Release and Administration. Over those years he worked in four different States (OK, KS, CO, WY) with five different agencies both public and private. His last duty assignment was with the Wyoming Department of Corrections where he worked for ten years as an Associate Warden. He serves as an Auditor for the American Corrections Association and is a certified De-escalation Trainer. Michael received his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Oklahoma State University and his master’s in criminal justice at Fort Hays State University. He has worked as an Adjunct Instructor in Criminal Justice for Eastern Wyoming College and currently an Adjunct Instructor for Fort Hays State University along with his full-time Instructor duties with Central Community College. He is married with two adult children.