Kimberly A. McCabe, Ph.D., is a Professor of Criminology at the University of Lynchburg in Virginia. Her academic degrees include the disciplines of sociology, criminal justice, and mathematics with academic affiliations with University of South Carolina, Virginia Tech, University of Michigan, and Harvard University.
Kimberly has served as an academic dean in Humanities and Social Sciences, the directors of two research centers, a US Fulbright Specialist, a series editor for the US publishing company of Rowman and Littlefield, and as a member of a variety of organizations to include the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and the British Society of Criminology. In addition to Kimberly’s work in criminology, she has also worked on a variety of projects through the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). Accomplished through her research are over 100 publications and presentations to include seven books on the topics of child abuse, human trafficking, and school violence with her most recent research efforts focusing on the efforts of transnational organized crime across the globe.