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Marlem Landa-Gonzalez doesn’t think managers should keep all institutional knowledge, power, and decision-making capabilities to themselves. Instead, this student in the Master of Human Services

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Reyna Grande

When Reyna Grande walked into this year’s Texas Book Festival, she was greeted with hugs and exclamations. Everywhere she went, someone was excited to see her. People knew who she was. 

This wasn’t the case ten years ago. “When my first book came out,” she says, “I was the new kid on the block. No one knew who I was.” For Grande, an alum of Antioch’s MFA in Creative Writing who now teaches in that same program, all it has taken is sixteen years of hard work, building relationships, and publishing numerous books to claim her space in the writing world.

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Kirsten Frey never expected to be a professor. But with over twenty years of experience in Human Resources management, her expertise has been invaluable in

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La’Shelle Jefferson ’22

La’Shelle Jefferson ’22 (GSLC, PhD) recently joined Central State University Faculty as full-time Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice. Read more about Dr. Jefferson and her dissertation What Factors in the Life Experience of African Americans Cause Them to Comply with or Confront Law Enforcement Officers? here.

Ileya Grosman

PhD in Leadership and Change student Ileya Grosman has been selected as the lead photographer and co-creator of “Why We Work?”, an exploratory photo essay of dignity, work, purpose, and Catholic values. By capturing people in their practice: a barber and rural veterinarian, to baker and translator, Ileya and fellow partners highlight what is true and timeless in the deeper motivations and desires of work. The project will be featured at the New York Encounter, February 17-19, 2023 in New York City.

Jill Krahwinkel

Dr. Jill Krahwinkel, Associate Professor, Clinical Mental Health Counseling in New England, offered two presentations at the Pennsylvania Counseling Association’s 54th annual conference, which took place from October 14th-16th of 2022. Her first educational session, How to Meet the Basic Needs of LGBTQ+ Clients Utilizing Choice Theory/Reality Therapy, and a second, round table session entitled Racial/Ethnic Experiences of Underrepresented Masters-level Students in CACREP-Accredited Counseling Programs both aimed to highlight the voices of marginalized individuals as well as educate others on the best practices in not just counseling, but also in greater academia. Both sessions were well-attended by professional counselors, counselor

Maya Townsend

PhD in Leadership and Change student Maya Townsend, Founder and Lead Consultant of Partnering Resources, delivered the keynote address, “Centering Humans: A Call for Radical Humanity at Work” at the Organizational Network Analysis Summit 2022. The conference brings together a diverse mix of voices: researchers and business analysts, human resources specialists, change management and organizational development consultants, communications specialists, and leaders of private and public organizations.  Townsend specializes in helping individuals, teams, and organizations thrive in our networked world.

Matthew Solomon ‘21

Matthew Solomon’s ‘21 (Online, BS) first documentary feature, Reimagining Safety, will have its Official West Coast Premiere on Friday, February 3, 2023, at the San Pedro International Film Festival. In Reimagining Safety, ten experts—including LA County District Attorney George Gascón, USC Law professor Dr. Jody Armour, and law enforcement expert Alex S. Vitale—discuss the false premise that more police and more prisons make us safer while providing practical and actionable solutions toward achieving systems of safety that work for everyone. The film is already receiving very positive feedback and support from social justice organizations and newly elected progressive leaders. The

Alo Johnston ‘15

After thousands of hours of research, conversations with hundreds of trans people, and a personal journey through transition, Alo Johnston ‘15 (Los Angeles, MA in Clinical Psychology) announces the publication of his first book, coming February 21, 2023, through Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Am I Trans Enough?: How to Overcome Your Doubts and Find Your Authentic Self is a work that explores historical narratives that fuel internalized transphobia and reveals the effects of a transphobic world on those coming out or questioning a life as a trans person.  Johnston hopes to cultivate a space with this text for readers to engage with

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