Trainer and Consultant Biographies

LeAnne Renteria, MA, CFLE

LeAnne has over ten years of law enforcement experience including working as a field training officer and investigator. She is also the spouse of a police officer and a third generation police officer. LeAnne has a BA and MA in Human Services with an emphasis in Family Life Education and is a nationally Certified Family Life Educator. Her main areas of interest include managing work-related stress, building family resiliency, emotional competence and maintaining emotional health and well-being. She is an online instructor for Rasmussen College teaching courses in the Human Services and Criminal Justice programs. LeAnne also teaches in the classroom in the Rasmussen Skills Program.

Beth Jordan, MA, LPCC, LADC

Beth is retired from 21 years in law enforcement which included CISM, SWAT, coordinating a police chaplain program, and training. She was raised in a military family. Beth finished her MA in Psychology after leaving law enforcement, and is a licensed professional counselor in the Twin Cities area, specializing in working with law enforcement. She is also a certificated addictions counselor, and is trained in basic EMDR. Her main areas of competence are trauma, stress, anger management, and consulting/coaching services. When Beth isn’t working directly with clients or departments, she also teaches law enforcement and psychology courses for Rasmussen College.