The Moss Group, Inc.
Tina Waldron joined The Moss Group in 2012. As a project director, Ms. Waldron provides leadership and expertise in areas such as evidence-based correctional practice, leadership development, gender-responsive practice, reentry, mental health, agency and facility assessments, and strategic planning. Prior to her work with TMG, Ms. Waldron served as the reentry and women’s services manager for the Missouri Department of Corrections (MDOC). In this role, she worked closely with representatives from MDOC, partnering state agencies, and community partners to research, plan, and evaluate Missouri’s Reentry Process (MRP). MRP strategies were designed to assist individuals leaving prison successfully reintegrate into the community and strengthen public safety. She has also served as a program consultant with the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) where led implementation of evidence-based practice in community corrections and provided oversight, technical guidance, and training to Community Corrections Act agencies across the state. Ms. Waldron has served as a research analyst at KDOC, is an advanced communication and motivational strategies master trainer, has published articles on state-specific risk reduction and reentry, and has taught as an adjunct professor of psychology at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology and master’s degree in clinical psychology from Washburn University.