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Thea Mounts, M.A., Washington SAC Director
Thea Mounts has been the director of the Washington SAC since 2007. Prior to becoming the director, she worked in the SAC for several years as a Senior Forecasting Analyst developing the SACS's website and online query applications to improve access to criminal justice data. Her areas of research include differential prison and jail usage rates, the impact of drug use in Washington, and violent crime in schools. Ms. Mounts has an M.A. in sociology/demography from the University of Washington and a B.A. in mathematics from Colgate University.

Keri-Anne Jetzer, M.A., Forecast and Research Analyst
Keri-Anne Jetzer started working with the Washington SAC in 2011. Since then, she has developed a database of juveniles sentenced as adults and decline hearings for use in fiscal notes and research, and is currently convening the Criminal Justice Consortium to develop strategies for improving data sharing across state agencies. Ms. Jetzer also staffs Washington's Sentencing Guidelines Commission and Sex Offender Policy Board. Prior to joining the SAC, she worked at Washington's Sentencing Guidelines Commission (when it was an independent agency) and the Department of Corrections. Ms. Jetzer has an M.A. in criminal justice from Washington State University and a B.A. in psychology from Lakeland College in Wisconsin.

Tomas Mosquera, M.A., Forecast and Research Analyst
Tomas Mosquera started working for the SAC in 2004. His initial work was collecting data under the Deaths in Custody Reporting Act. In more recent years, he has taken over the SAC's annual update of the Criminal Justice Data Book and provides IT support for the SAC's website and the CrimeStatsOnline, UCR, and NIBRS query systems. Mr. Mosquera has an M.A. in economics from Washington State University and a B.A. in economics from LaGrange College

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