Christine Adams attended University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, where she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and she completed her master’s and doctoral degrees in experimental/social psychology at University of Wyoming. She worked for nine years as a statistical analyst for the Colorado Department of Public Safety, Division of Criminal Justice, where she evaluated programs that offenders went through outside of prison (sometimes instead of prison and sometimes after prison). She was also active staff for the Colorado Commission for Criminal and Juvenile Justice and a member of the Prescription Drug Task Force, representing the Department of Public Safety/Division of Criminal Justice. Dr. Adams’ academic research background is in jury decision making, specifically in death penalty cases. She has taught criminal justice and psychology classes online and on campus for the University of Wyoming since 2003.