Axton Betz-Hamilton

Axton Betz-Hamilton
Crime/Mystery, Non-Fiction, South Dakota Authors

Axton Betz-Hamilton is an expert in identity theft, having personal experience that she's turned into a career. She frequently speaks on the topic and has won multiple awards for her research, teaching, and service. Betz-Hamilton has a master's degree in Consumer Sciences and Retailing and a PhD in Human Development and Family Studies, focusing on child identity theft and elder financial exploitation perpetrated by family members. She teaches at South Dakota State University.

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