Prior to establishing Alleyne & Co., Constantine was a Health Services Manager on Rikers Island and served as Health Services Administrator II for Connecticut Department of Corrections. Her tenure spans almost two decades of correctional and human resource management experience, holding a Masters in Public Health from Long Island University; an Executive Masters in Business Administration and an Advanced Business Certificate in Human Resource Management from the University of Connecticut; and a Diversity and Inclusion Certificate from Cornell University.
Throughout Constantine’s correctional career she has proven herself to be a collaborative leader who forges strong personal relationships to effectively foster an environment of trust, respect, and opportunity for civilian employees. She has been able to partner with custody leaderships at all levels; working closely on many significant operational events and investigations. Constantine understands the complexity of the institution’s employees and population dynamics. Constantine has led a number of small and large teams, leveraging the collective intelligence to make more informed decisions. She sat on the Policy & Procedure Committee for five years, identifying and resolving conflicts with standards and best practices. She served on the PREA Audit Committee for three years, ensuring alignment with the PREA standards, intake assessment and the internal questionnaire. Constantine also led and maintained N.C.C.H.C. and O.T.P. Accreditation for the five years she managed the Janet York women’s facility in Niantic, CT.
Constantine decided to diversify; taking on a role in the aerospace industry where she manages the operator relationship throughout their contract life cycle. She quickly discovered that although her skills were transferable her heart was in Corrections. In 2018, Constantine established Civilian Corrections Academy, a subsidiary of Alleyne & Co. She is an Adjunct Criminal Justice Professor at Monroe College, teaching the next generation of civilian employees seeking to enter some aspect of Law Enforcement. She proudly sits on the Middle Atlantic States Correctional Association (M.A.S.C.A.) Board of Trustees actively contributing to and influencing initiatives for the global support and development of the industry. Today she is the published author of “The Cage Was Her Cocoon”, a literary work that chronicles her life’s journey of challenges and triumphs including her decades of learning within the correctional environment. Constantine is
continuously monitoring the correctional landscape and positioning herself to better serve the industry.