Tatiana Gargac, a senior in the School of Justice Studies at Eastern Kentucky University (EKU), has been awarded the 2023 Kentucky Women’s Law Enforcement Network’s Student Achievement Award. The award recognizes a student, who through focused areas of study, has demonstrated a commitment to law enforcement or public safety. Tatiana has been recognized for her hard work, dedication to her community, and overall positive impact she has made on those around her. She will receive her award at the Kentucky Women’s Law Enforcement Network Conference awards luncheon in November.
Tatiana is from a Brighton, IL and came to EKU in Fall 2021. She is double majoring in Criminal Justice and Police Studies with a minor in Psychology. She also serves as the President of the Alpha Phi Student organization. We, in the School of Justice Studies, are not only very impressed with everything Tatiana has achieved but are excited for her future as she furthers her education and career.
Tatiana has already been accepted into the Masters’ Program in Safety, Security, and Emergency Management in the College of Justice, Safety and Military Science at EKU, and will start in the Spring of 2024. Tatiana intends to pursue a career in law enforcement and hopes to attend the Police Academy to become a police officer.