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Mildred Johnson

Millie Johnson, DSL, has an extensive background in law enforcement as an officer,supervisor, instructor, and chaplain with the City of Pittsburgh Bureau of Police. In addition to her experience in law enforcement, she has several years of experience in the field of corrections. Her credentials include more than 20 years of experience in a variety of positions in education, community development, community ministry and community outreach.

Millie is an ordained minister and serves as a worship leader and a member of the Executive Board at her church. She is a tenured professor of criminal justice at Geneva College and a part-time professor of criminal justice at Robert Morris University. Millie also serves as a national instructor with the Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) program with Georgetown University. In her spare time, Millie enjoys working out, traveling and spending time with her family.

Cory McGookin, Jr.

Special Agent

Supervisory Special Agent Cory McGookin, Jr. retired in 2022 from the Federal Bureau of Investigation after 20 years of service. During his law enforcement career with the FBI, he served in numerous leadership roles, which included leading the prestigious FBI National Academy program, Unit Chief over leadership instruction, Program Manager for human intelligence training, and Case Agent on several high-profile investigations. After years of being a master leadership instructor in the National Academy program, his promotion to leadership over all the instructors in the program and, eventually, being selected to lead the program, leaves him as the only FBI agent to ever serve in all three major roles.