Ornetta Lockette Slaughter has more than more than 22 years of experience in adult community corrections as a former Probation and Parole Officer with the Virginia Department of Corrections. During that time, Ms. Slaughter served on Virginia’s Sex Offender Program Action Committee (SOPAC), Co-chaired the Board of Directors for the Frank Young House (A residential alternative sentencing program) Arlington, Virginia, Chaired the Board of Directors for Guest House, (a female residential center) Alexandria, Virginia, and was an adjunct instructor for the Virginia Department of Corrections specializing in Cultural Diversity, Life Skills and Sex Offender Training. She was selected as Virginia’s Probation Officer of the Year in 1996.
In 1998, Ms. Lockette Slaughter became the Judicial Assistant for The Honorable Gerald Bruce Lee, United States District Court in Alexandria, Virginia. In this capacity, she was responsible for maintaining the judge’s calendar, supervising law clerks and interns and handling the day to day chambers’ operations. Ms. Lockette Slaughter continued her involvement with Guest House, as well as serving on the Board of Directors for Asbury Dwellings (a senior residential facility).
Ms. Lockette Slaughter retired from federal government employment in May 2012 and relocated to Clermont, Florida. She joined Correctional Management and Communications Group, LLC in June 2012 as the Chief Administrative Officer. In addition to being responsible for the daily office management, and special projects, she is also a QA for Audits.
A lifetime member of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice, Ms. Lockette Slaughter has held several positions in the organization on the local and national level. She currently serves as the Association’s meeting planner. Ms. Lockette Slaughter was awarded the NABCJ Chairman’s Award in 2000.
Ms. Lockette Slaughter received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from American University, Washington, DC.