In a time where women are still fighting to break through the proverbial glass ceiling only known to them because of gender, six women are proving it can be done.
These women hold leadership roles at the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office. From corporal to lieutenant, each one is ascending the ranks of the CCSO. “These officers exemplify the leadership qualities that we want at the department,” said Sheriff Robbie Goins.
TOP PHOTO: The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office has a number of female supervisors among its ranks.(Left to right) Sgt. Catie Wilson, Crpl. Mercedes Williams, Crpl. Kathy Walden, Crpl. Cortney Larson, Crpl. Jessica Thomas, Lt. Mallory Campbell and Sheriff Robbie Goins. Each officer will be profiled in the week’s to come.
In the coming weeks, each Friday, these women will be profiled in WLAF’s Sister In Arms. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 12/06/2018-6AM)