After graduating high school, June Worden enlisted in the United State Marine Corps where she spent 12 years. Upon her discharge, June joined the New York State Police in 1990, where she served as a Master Instructor and Evaluator, certifying instructors for the New York State Police Academy. She specialized in leadership and became a certified defensive tactics instructor.
June also received certification as a Human Resources Counselor, investigating and counseling fellow State Police employees regarding complaints of sexual harassment and/or hostile work environment.
In 2011, she retired as a Lieutenant, and accepted a position with Syracuse University working as a Peace Officer. June received training in all aspects of the Clery Act, which requires all colleges and universities who receive federal funding to share information about crime on campus, and their efforts to improve campus safety, as well as, inform the public of crime in or around campus.
June looks forward to empowering women and children of all ages to take control of their own personal safety.