Bonnie Black
Faculty Associate
School of Criminology & Criminal Justice

Bonnie Black began teaching as a faculty associate at ASU’s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice in 2010. She has over 18 years experience teaching at the college level and has taught a wide range of criminal justice courses in online, hybrid and traditional formats. In addition to her faculty experience, she is also a Quality Matters Master Reviewer of national online courses and is committed to quality e-learning design and approaches.  Combined with her teaching experience is a solid educational and practitioner background. She has a Bachelor's of Science in Criminal Justice and a Master's in Public Administration.  Her career history is in community corrections and includes employment as an adult probation officer, domestic violence program director and correctional officer. Black is active in the area of violence against women and is considered an expert in domestic violence. She has developed curriculum and instructs training programs locally and nationally for the community, law enforcement, probation, judges and other criminal justice professionals in the areas of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, elder abuse, instructor development and other related topics. Over the years, she has been actively involved in driving change in the violence against women area, including former membership in the Phoenix Interdisciplinary Task Force on Domestic Violence, Arizona Supreme Court Impact Committee on Domestic Violence and appointment to the Governor’s Commission on Violence Against Women.