Thursday, June 16, 2011
San Diego Union Tribune -- Check out his resume and you'll learn that Chicago-native Ronn Johnson earned his doctorate at Oklahoma State University, and that he's had a long career in psychology, not only as a counselor but in teaching and research. His work has helped police agencies do a better job of screening job candidates, and he's been an influential voice in policy discussions about capital punishment, particularly as it is applied to minorities and the poor.
The resume also notes that Johnson, who is 60, is also a psychology professor at the University of San Diego. But a resume only offers a glimpse of a person, and is usually confined to their professional lives. (Full Story)