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2015 USCGA Ethics Forum Junior Officer Panel
Please select from the links below to learn more about the USCGA Ethics Forum junior officer panel for our 2015 event.  

Junior Officer Panelists 

LTJG Jacob Boross

Currently assigned to Sector Hampton Roads as part of the Sector Intelligence staff. First assignment was aboard USCGC Forward as DWO. Has worked with moral and ethical issues regarding marijuana and the Coast Guard’s actions when faced with federal vs. state jurisdiction.

LT Andrew Dennelly

Currently assigned to the Coast Guard Academy as a Nautical Science instructor. First assignment was aboard USCGC Forward as DWO. His second tour was as the Executive Officer aboard the USCGC Drummond, a 110’ cutter out of Miami, Florida. His third tour was as a CDO in the command center as District 7. His fourth tour was as the commanding Officer of the WPB relief crew in PatForSWA.

LTJG Cathleen Giguere

Currently assigned to Sector Charleston in the Enforcement Division. In addition to law enforcement responsibilities, also serves in the Sector Command Center as a collateral watchstander.

LTJG Holli Packer

Graduated in the class of 2013. First and current assignment is as a Deck Watch Officer on CGC Spencer in Boston, Massachusetts, serving as the Assistant Navigator and First Lieutenant. Has worked with moral and ethical issues regarding fisheries enforcement, drug interdiction, and daily responsibilities.

LT Jonathon Parkhurst

Currently assigned to ATC Mobile, Alabama as an HC-144A pilot. Received aviator wings in 2011. Participates in drug and migrant interdiction as well as Living Marine Resources (LMR) missions. Actively involved with the Cadet Aviation Training Program that ATC Mobile hosts each summer.

LT Christopher Verlinden

Currently assigned to the Coast Guard Academy as an Oceanography instructor. First assignment was aboard Polar Sea in Seattle, Washington, followed by another tour afloat on the Sycamore as Operations Officer. After the second tour afloat, he went to graduate school for Oceanography at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.