Note Category: Alumni

Dr. Etta Jackson ‘20 (GSLC, PhD)

Dr. Etta Jackson ‘20 (GSLC, PhD) published “How to Think about the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals: A Primer” within NonProfit Quarterly. Etta has additionally authored a series of books including, Unveiling the Secrets of the Feminine Principle (Lapis Communications, 2018) which can be found here.

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Kathy Hoffman ‘20 (GSLC, PhD)

Kathy Hoffman ‘20 (GSLC, PhD) was appointed to the advisory board of the Tombolo Institute for Design Thinking at Bellevue College. In this role she joins other professionals from the private and public sectors in shaping the design thinking program at the college. She also authored three chapters concerning cannabis law in the Cannabis Law Deskbook (AGA and Thomson Reuters, 2021), a joint collaboration with The Attorney General Alliance and Thomson Reuters. As chief legal officers, the State Attorneys General offer a unique insight into cannabis law and policy. Cannabis law has rapidly emerged as an international issue. Beginning in

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Stacey Guenther ‘20 (GSLC, PhD)

Stacey Guenther ‘20 (GSLC, PhD) was named one of three finalists for Academy of Management’s Management, Spirituality, and Religion (MSR) special interest group’s 2021 Most Promising Dissertation Proposal Award for her proposal entitled, A Phenomenological Inquiry into Group Beingness. The award is made annually to doctoral students beginning the formulation of their dissertation topics, and/or currently performing dissertation-related research. Stacey has also been named a Fetzer Scholar for MSR, which is awarded to 20 doctoral candidates and new faculty members each year and includes membership and tuition to all MSR meetings and events for one year. The purpose of the

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Roz Cohen ‘21 (GSLC, PhD)

Roz Cohen ‘21 (GSLC, PhD) has been asked to present “Creating a Sense of Belonging in Your Organization” at the Business Research and Intelligence Network’s January 2022 Workplace, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Summit in January 2022.

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Dr. Betty Johnson ‘21 (GSLC, PhD)

Dr. Betty Johnson ‘21 (GSLC, PhD) has just published a new book based on her Antioch dissertation research (video here). Entitled, Making Virtual Work: How to Build Performance and Relationships (Bridging The Difference LLC, 2021), the book is filled with the voices of her research participants’ straightforward recommendations for relieving the emotional exhaustion of virtual meetings, what’s commonly called “Zoom fatigue.” The book is endorsed by a host of thought leaders whose work underpins Dr. Johnson’s research, and the disarmingly simple solution offered in the book is especially timely in these unprecedented times. Founder and President of Bridging the Difference,

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Dr. Krissy Van Winkle ‘19 (GSLC, PhD)

Dr. Krissy Van Winkle ‘19 (GSLC, PhD) will be working as the California Global Education Project Coaching Project Director at the University of San Diego (USD) School of Leadership and Education Sciences in the Jacobs Institute for Innovation in Education in addition to teaching Spanish at North Tahoe High School.

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Dr. Courtny Davis Olds ‘20 (GSLC, PhD)

Dr. Courtny Davis Olds ‘20 (GSLC, PhD) was recently named President-Elect of the Academy of Religious Leadership. Courtny was also selected, in addition to GSLC alumna Dr. Atim George (Cohort 14), to participate in the 2021 International Leadership Association Women and Leadership Colloquium.

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Dr. Nikki Smith-Kea ‘18 (GSLC, PhD)

Dr. Nikki Smith-Kea ‘18 (GSLC, PhD), Founder and Principal of Smith-Kea Consulting, is now additionally Executive in Residence at Philadelphia Police Department and Stoneleigh Fellow at Stoneleigh Foundation. Learn more about her work here.

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Dr. Jeanine Soucie ‘17 (GSLC, PhD)

Dr. Jeanine Soucie ‘17 (GSLC, PhD) is a newly recognized Dedoose Certified Trainer making her one of the first people in the world to hold the distinction. The team behind Dedoose is a group of professionally trained social-science researchers using psychological and anthropological research methods working at the cutting edge of mixed method research design, implementation and qualitative analysis.

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Dr. Atim Eneida George ‘18 (GSLC, PhD)

Dr. Atim Eneida George ‘18 (GSLC, PhD) completed her Postdoctoral Fellowship with the University of California’s Santa Barbara (UCSB) Center for Black Studies Research (CBSR). Atim’s principal research at CBSR is entitled Black Mothers Matter!. This past May, she presented “Respect: Making Your Mess, Your Message: What I Learned About Courageous Truth-telling from Gender-based Violence” as part of her role at CBSR. The University of Mauritius will publish the eponymous book chapter in October 2021. Atim recently facilitated a series of biweekly workshops entitled Nzima.* The workshop was designed to serve Black students at UCSB and co-create a sacred space

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