Monday, 02 11, 2013
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Division of Probation and Parole Director Tim Carman today announced the promotion of Tera Vincent to the position of assistant supervisor of District 16 in Louisville. District 16 covers the northeast section of Jefferson County. Vincent will assume her new duties on Feb. 16.
“Tera has a proven performance record,” said Carman. “Her commitment to re-entry coupled with her strength of character and integrity set her apart for promotion to this position. She will be a true asset to the District 16 staff.”
Vincent began her career with the Department of Corrections as a probation and parole officer in July 2003. She initially served as the court liaison in District 4. Since that time, she has worked as a pre-sentence investigation officer as well as a supervision officer within three Louisville districts. Most recently, Vincent was the co-facilitator in the re-entry pilot program Thinking For a Change in Jefferson County and served as the re-entry liaison for District 4.
Vincent is a 2002 graduate from the University of Louisville where she earned a bachelor’s degree in justice administration. She is also a 2006 graduate of the Commissioner’s Executive Leadership Program.
Vincent is a lifelong Louisville resident where she lives with her husband, Heath, and their son.