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Beth Dennison ’10

Beth Dennison ’10 (New England, MA), a master somatic psychotherapist and author based in Massachusetts, released The Co-Regulation Revolution in September 2023, which recently achieved the status of #1 New Release in Clinical Psychology on Amazon. This publication combines co-regulation theory and applied psychology with simple practices for immediate use, marking the latest addition to…CONTINUE READING

November 20, 2023

Susie Spikol ‘94

Susie Spikol ‘94 (New England, MS) was honored by the Cheshire County Conservation District (CCCD) as their 2023 Educator of the Year. CCCD chose its awardees based on “the recipient’s efforts to steward a conservation ethic and awareness through their personal and professional work.” Spikol serves as the Community Programs Director and a Teacher-Naturalist at…CONTINUE READING

James Van Auken ‘19

James Van Auken ‘19 (PhD, GSLC) assumed the role of Business and Organizational Leadership Coach at Consolidated Analysis Center, Inc., which is renowned for delivering unique expertise and cutting-edge technology to support critical national security missions and government modernization initiatives for U.S. government customers. Van Auken’s doctoral research centered on leaders who integrate mindfulness into…CONTINUE READING

November 19, 2023

Shandell Maxwell ’21

Shandell Maxwell ’21 (GSLC PhD) recently self-published a new journal entitled Keep Going: A JEDI Journal for Activists. The resource aims to inspire activists to reflect and document lived experiences and social observations for meaning, motivation, affirmation, and reconciliation. She was also featured in CanvasRebel Magazine, which utilizes storytelling to highlight small business owners, artists,…CONTINUE READING

November 16, 2023

Etta Jackson ’20

Etta Jackson ’20 (GSLC, PhD) has been accepted to the Fulbright Specialist Program. She will be working directly with The Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development, which provisions geo-information and allied technologies for sustainable development, in Kenya. Jackson is Board Chair, Founder, and CEO of the Institute for Conscious Global Change. Learn more…CONTINUE READING

November 15, 2023

Ed Droste ’22

Ed Droste ’22 (Los Angeles, MA), the well-known front man of the indie rock band Grizzly Bear, has recently embarked on a unique career change, obtaining a license as an associate therapist in California. At 44, Droste serves as an independent therapist, providing multifaceted, evidence-based counseling with a specialization in addressing issues such as depression,…CONTINUE READING


Kathy Hoffman ’22

Kathy Hoffman ‘22 (GSLC PhD) has been appointed as an Advisor in the Director’s Office of the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries. She joined the agency in 2018. In her new role, she will provide policy, analytic, research, and legislative management advice and support to the Director and executive leadership on policy issues…CONTINUE READING

Tawana Davis ‘21

Tawana Davis ‘21 (GSLC PhD) recently hosted the organization’s annual Sistah Soul Search weekend retreat in partnership with colleagues to provide free breast cancer screenings for young women and the LGBTQIA+ community. Davis is the Co-Founder/Executive Director of Soul 2 Soul Sisters, a grassroots, loved-based, racial justice nonprofit organization focused on Black healing, health and…CONTINUE READING

November 14, 2023

Alesia Grace Thompson

PhD in Leadership and Change student Alesia Grace Thompson is the new Co-Chair of the Association for Conflict Resolution’s Section of Workplace Ombuds. Thompson is the CEO, and Principal Owner of ClearVision Mediation Services, LLC. She also works in the Economic Assistance and Employment Support Division of the Minnesota Department of Human Services as their…CONTINUE READING

Mitch Kusy

Professor of Organization Learning and Development in the Graduate School of Leadership & Change and a 2005 Fulbright Scholar Mitch Kusy, delivered a keynote address at the 2023 Association of Occupational Health Professionals conference. He shared the stage with his colleague, Steve Wiesner, MD. Their presentation, “Burnout, Turnover, Medical Errors, and Sleepless Nights: Addressing the…CONTINUE READING

Renee Charney

Renee Charney ’17 (GSLC, PhD) accepted the position of Affiliate Professor in the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership Program housed within the School of Business of Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Charney is the Founder and CEO of Charney Consulting and has over 25 years of corporate experience in coaching, learning, leadership,…CONTINUE READING

Fayth Parks

Graduate School of Leadership and Change Professor of Leadership and Psychology Fayth Parks has been elected to the National Association for Rural Mental Health Board of Directors.

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