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SPEAKER BIOS RESEARCH LAB SPEAKERS (CONT.) theft within small businesses, the multi-level antecedents of corporate crime, and the role business ethics plays in decision-making. Prior to attending graduate school, Jay spent just over 8 years working for a number of corporations in the metro Detroit area, including a major non-profit organization, a family-owned automotive supplier, and a Fortune 100 corporation. Jeremy Wilson is the Director of the Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection and a Professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University (MSU). Prior to joining MSU, Jeremy was a Behavioral Scientist at the RAND Corporation where he directed many local, national, and international public safety projects and served as founding Associate Director of the Center on Quality Policing and founding Director of the Police Recruitment and Retention Clearinghouse. He is a visiting scholar in the Australian Resource Council’s Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security at Griffith University, and he recently held the Willett Chair in Public Safety in the Center for Public Safety at Northwestern University and was an adjunct professor of public policy at Carnegie Mellon University. Jeremy has collaborated with police agencies, communities, task forces, governments, and professional organizations throughout the U.S. and the world on many of the most salient public safety problems. Jeremy’s research on anti-counterfeiting integrates and draws from his broader interests in the areas of law enforcement, violence prevention, and internal security. Kari Kammel Kari Kammel works on professional training, adult education, program management and design spanning multiple disciplines. As Assistant Director of Education and Outreach for the A-CAPP Center, she enjoys working on the center’s executive education programming, outreach and collaboration on and off-campus, managing the student program, and research on legal issues pertaining to trademark counterfeiting. She is also currently a member of the Academic Specialist Advisory Committee at MSU and a board member of the Capital Area Humane Society. Prior to coming to the center, she spent a significant time working, traveling, and living in the Middle East, including Egypt, Iraq, United Arab Emirates, Libya, Jordan, and others. She was Deputy Chief of Party at DePaul College of Law’s Iraq office, where she managed rule of law programs; and Deputy Executive Director in the Chicago office. She is a licensed attorney in Illinois and Michigan with a J.D. from DePaul University, an M.A. in Political Science from the American University in Cairo, and a B.A. from the University of Chicago. Saleem Alhabash is Assistant Professor of Public Relations and Social Media at the Department of Advertising and Public Relations, Michigan State University. His research focuses on the persuasive effects of social media in the contexts of risky and unsafe behaviors. 20