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Former Sam's Club CFO joins board of Corrective Education Company


SALT LAKE CITY – Corrective Education Company, a leader in the restorative justice movement, on Wednesday named several additions to its advisory board, including the former CFO of Sam's Club and

The board brings together law enforcement, education, legal and retail experts to advise Corrective Education Company’s leadership team.

“We are grateful to our advisory board for their time and expertise. They represent diverse backgrounds and are each recognized as experts in their field,” stated Darrell Huntsman, founder and president of Corrective Education Company. “Their assistance will be invaluable as we continue our mission of designing and implementing life-changing restorative justice programs.”

Joining the board is Sam Dunn, a 28-year Walmart veteran and today senior advisor with Boston Mountain Money Management; Lucia Summers, an assistant professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Texas State University; James Drakeley, a shareholder with the Dallas-area law firm of Hiersche, Hayward, Drakeley & Urbach, where he brings his 35 years of legal expertise to bear on prosecuting and defending a broad range of business-related litigation matters; and Bill Rathburn, former Chief of the Dallas Police Department.

Corrective Education Company works with retailers to provide shoplifting solutions that give first-time offenders a "second chance" without having to incur a criminal record.


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