Dr. Fayth Parks officially joined the Graduate School of Leadership and Change in July 2022. Prior, she has been at Georgia Southern University for over
For over forty years Roxy Wolfe and Roger Peterson have been close friends. Wolfe, a longtime psychologist, met Peterson in the Doctor of Psychology program
When a person’s student visa expires in the United States, finding a job becomes imperative. This was certainly true for the accomplished author Alistair McCartney,
“My first memory of Sandi is her laugh,” says Dr. Colin Ward, describing his late Antioch Seattle colleague Dr. Sandra Meggert. “She had the ability
“I don’t typically get awards,” says Dr. Steven Curtis, a faculty member at Antioch Seattle who just received the Washington Psychological Association’s Distinguished Service Award.
When Rachel Van Hazinga entered the Masters of Education for Experienced Educators at Antioch New England in 2016, she definitely qualified as experienced—she had almost
Dr. Lemuel (Lem) Watson will be joining the Graduate School of Leadership and Change (GSLC) as Core Faculty beginning this coming summer, July 2022. Most
Kathi Borden, PhD, wears two hats (that we know of). While this makes her a very busy individual, her two primary professional roles, Professor of