Member, Board of Directors
Dorothy H. Bracey has a Ph.D. in social/cultural anthropology from Harvard University and M.S.L (Master of Studies in Law) from Yale Law School. She taught Anthropology of Law at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY) where she is Professor Emeritus. In addition to other Visiting Professorships, she held the George Beto Chair at Sam Houston State University. She was President of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, which has recently established an award in her name. She has been Vice-Chair of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation and Treasurer of the Institute of American Indian Arts Foundation. Bracey recently received a New Mexico Historic Preservation Award for her leadership of the Palace of the Governors Windows on History project.