Professor Bundy received a B.B.A. from Eastern Kentucky University in 1993 and began working as a Victim’s Advocate for the Commonwealth Attorney in London, Kentucky. In 2001 she became a Mental Health Clinician for the Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice in which she provided counseling services to delinquent youth and specifically juvenile sex offenders. A year later she became a Juvenile Probation Officer for DJJ and she served in this capacity until June of 2015. She is now a full time Professor at the University of the Cumberlands.
In 2007 she obtained a Master of Science degree in Corrections/Juvenile Justice through Eastern Kentucky University. In addition to this degree she holds the following certifications: Juvenile Sex Offender Counseling, Group Counseling, and Seven Challenges Substance Abuse Counseling.
She is experienced in advocating and establishing new programming and community services. In 1994 she planned and organized the coordination of the Laurel County Child Abuse Response Team and in 1995 she wrote grants and gained community support to establish the existence of two additional Victims Advocates in the area. She went on in 1997 to initiate, plan, and carry out a project to obtain a Children’s Advocacy Center in Laurel County.
She is now working towards her Ph.D. in Leadership Studies. In addition she has been a member of the National Scholars Honors Society since January 2009 and she has also been a member of the Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honors Society since 2016.
Professor Bundy has also been blessed with a wonderful family. She has been married to her husband Jim for 31 years and they are the proud parents of a 27 year old son. Jim is retired as a District Supervisor for Kentucky Department of Probation and Parole and is now a Detective for the Commonwealth's Attorney's Office.
1993, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY, B.B.A., Business Administration
2009, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY, Masters, Corrections/Juvenile Justice
Currently working towards a PhD at the University of the Cumberlands and have obtained an additional 21 hours of graduate counseling courses.
Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice, Corrections, Victim's Advocacy