Arizona U.S. Attorney Humetewa Wins National Award
By Andrew Ramonas | May 28, 2022 4:04 pm

United States Attorney for the District of Arizona Diane Humetewa will receive the “Women in Federal Law Enforcement Foundation President’s Award,” the Justice Department announced today.

Humetewa, who became the Arizona U.S. Attorney in December 2007, will receive the highest award given by the Women in Federal Law Enforcement Foundation at a June ceremony in Tucson, Ariz. Joining Humetewa at the event will be Assistant United States Attorneys Tina Sciocchetti of the Northern District of New York and Lisa Jennis Settel of the District of Arizona, who will receive the “2009 Top Prosecutor Award,” the Justice Department said.

We previously reported that Kristy Parker, a senior attorney in the DOJ Civil Rights Division’s Criminal Section, will also receive the top prosecutor honor.

“All four of these honorees have risen to the top for their dedication and endurance, and we are proud to have them on our team,” Director of the Executive Office for the United States Attorneys H. Marshall Jarrett said in a statement.


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