Adjunct Professor

MA International Criminal Justice

BA Criminal Justice



Jovanni Rodriguez is a John Jay College alumna. During her time at John Jay, Ms. Rodriguez interned with the International Sociological Association as their first ever youth representative for the United Nations, and also worked at a law firm.  She is currently employed at the New York County District Attorney's office as an analyst for the Cybercrime & Identity Theft Bureau and teaches part time for the Sociology Department. 

Courses Taught

PSY/SOC 202 (The Family)

SOC 309 (Juvenile Delinquency)

SOC 201 (Urban Sociology)

SOC/PSY 213 (Race & Ethnic Relations)

SOC 251 (Sociology of Human Rights)


Research Summary

"Adapting U.S. Law Enforcement Knowledge/Experience for Overseas Assistance in Mexico" 2017 Diplomacy Lab; U.S. Department of State, Office of Criminal Justice and Partnership/Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement


“Young Women and the Economy: Research on the Impact of America's Recession on Latin and African-American Women.” - 2012