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Sakena Jwan Washington ’09

Sakena Jwan Washington ’09 (Los Angeles, MFA) published an article, “My City was Named The ‘Worst Place for Black Women to Live.’ Is That My Cue To Leave?” in the Huffington Post.

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Kelly Meehan ‘22

Kelly Meehan ‘22 (GSLC, PhD) assumed the role of Vice President of Children’s Services and Community Partnerships at People Incorporated. This Massachusetts-based human services agency is dedicated to providing support to children, adults, and families across the Southeastern region of the state. Learn more about Meehan’s work and read her dissertation Love and Learn: Creating Space for Authentic Caring in Family Child Care here.

Torin Finser Speaks at a Conference in Brazil

Torin Finser, PhD, core faculty in Education at Antioch’s New England campus, spoke at a national conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in October about his book A Second Classroom. The book, translated into Portuguese by Livia Ribeiro, provides a thorough exploration of the parent–teacher relationship, offering practical advice to spark meaningful conversations, encourage self-reflection, and promote relational practices that foster a sense of community within and around schools. “What cannot adequately be described are the rush of sights and sounds in the largest city in Brazil, the 5th largest in the world, the warmth and hospitality of the people, enthusiasm

Stacey Guenther ’22

Stacey Guenther ’22 (GSLC, PhD) was awarded an International Humanistic Management Fellowship from the Humanistic Management Association. She presented at the N2 Conference – The Noosphere at 100: The Future of Human Collective Consciousness at UC Berkley on November 17-19. Her talk was titled “From Me to We: Accessing Collective Consciousness in Groups.” Guenther is a leadership coach, consultant, educator, and contemplative scholar. Learn more about her work here. Read more about Guenther and her dissertation From Me to We: A Phenomenological Inquiry Into Group Beingness here.

Thomas Crawford ‘14

Thomas Crawford ‘14 (GSLC, PhD) was named one of the “75 Hospital and Health System Chief Operating Officers to Know in 2023” by Becker’s Hospital Review. Crawford is System Chief Operating Officer and Associate Professor for the Medical University of South Carolina.

Billie Groom

PhD in Leadership and Change student Billie Groom recently authored The Connection Between the Canine-Guardian Bond, Cognition, and Behavior to Improve the Welfare of Domestic Dogs through The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. The piece highlights the need to provide caregivers/volunteers with advanced education and resources to address the emotional and cognitive needs of domestic canines to prevent surrender, euthanasia, and harmful actions, which can have negative repercussions on the caregiver. Groom is a Canine Cognitive Behavior Therapist and CEO of UPWARD Dogology. She is the creator of Canine Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CCBT), a scientifically proven methodology that addresses behaviors associated

Ileya Grosman

PhD in Leadership and Change student Ileya Grosman joined the Adjunct Faculty team at the University of Denver Leadership Studies Department where she is teaching Inclusive Leadership and Leading Community Change. Grosman brings her expertise on critical student leadership development, mentorship, experiential learning, and civic leadership education to focus in this new role.

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