Sheona Mackenzie currently co-teaches a freshman seminar in Organizational Change with her husband, Neil Theobald, President of Temple University. She started her career in the criminal justice system working as both a police officer and probation officer. She also conducted research into juvenile prostitution as a research analyst at the University of Washington. She has served on numerous boards, most notably as President of a Battered Women’s Shelter in Seattle. She recently took early retirement as a school psychologist in order to make the move to Temple University.