Dr. Bridget Eatmon
My name is Bridget R. Eatmon. I am married to Rev. Gregory D. Eatmon Sr. and I am the mother of 5 children, all of which are adults. I am a breast cancer survivor. I hold a B.A. degree in Criminal Justice from LaSalle University, a Masters of Jurisprudence in Health Law from Widener School of Law/Delaware Law School, a Post Graduate Certification in Restorative Justice and Conflict Management from Arcadia University and a Ph.D. from Northcentral University in Criminal Justice with a specialty in Homeland Security. I now work for the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office in the Homicide Division.
Let me start by saying that knowledge is power, and I intend to hone all of the educational skills that I have acquired. It is my heart’s desire to empower and strengthen other through guided practice and real life experience. In my lifetime, I have been fortunate to have some of this world’s greatest educators. I do not take any of my life experiences for granted. My desire is to revamp prison reform and sentencing guidelines. The entire criminal justice system needs a second pair of eyes, eyes that will look beyond the normal rhetoric and execute change.