Michael T. Klemp-North
- Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology with concentrations in Criminology and Ethnic Relations, Western Michigan University
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice, University of Wisconsin-Platteville
- Bachelor of Sciene in Sociology and Social Welfare with a Certificate in Criminal Justice, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Prior to entering into academia full time, Klemp-North was a State of Wisconsin Probation and Parole Agent in Marathon County. While in this position he supervised a comprehensive caseload for the first couple of years. During the remainder of his tenure with the state he was a high-risk agent working with the Operation Progress Taskforce. This caseload involved supervising gang members, serious drug offenders, and violent offenders. He was also involved in the Marathon County Drug Task Force, participating in drug interdictions throughout the area. In addition to working for the State, Klemp-North has worked with juveniles who were involved in the juvenile justice system and had severe emotional disabilities.
Klemp-North and his wife have three kids. They live in Wausau, Wisconsin, where Klemp-North grew up. They live just down the road from his parents. He recently started playing golf and has since become addicted. When he is not playing golf, Klemp-North enjoys spending time with his family and working on their sixty-year-old home.