Nichollette Simpson grew up with a desire to understand criminal behavior and an insatiable thirst for justice. As a child, one could easily find her reading books in the corner on criminal profiling or watching true crime documentaries; A hobby that she has carried with her into her adult life. Following her passion, Nichollette went on to earn her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Criminology through the Southern New Hampshire University. This was such an incredible accomplishment in her life, but because of her love for learning about crime, she decided to take her education further and her Master’s in Forensic Psychology.
Before making the decision to go back to school for her masters and stay home with children, Nichollette worked as a Psychiatric Security Specialist at the Cherokee Civil Commitment Unit for Sexual Offenders. This was an excellent opportunity for her to dip her toes into the world of crime. Prior to this, she worked in the field of mental health where she worked in clerical roles and later as a Resident Treatment Worker for a mental health institution.
At the end of her education, Nichollette is now ready to hit the ground running! As doors open, she is ready walk through and explore. She anxious and eager to begin her journey serving in the world of crime prevention and criminal justice.