Alumni submissions are listed by chapter (school) name (Albany State Univ – Kutztown Univ) and then by class (graduating year). These submissions were printed in the Fall 2006 issue of Eye on Psi Chi.Albany State Univ (GA)Tykinia Ray 
graduated in May with a master of education in counseling and psychology. She is currently teaching and working on her teacher certification.Alverno College (WI)Sarah (Toman) Walloc 
worked as a case manager for the bureau of Milwaukee child welfare for a year and a half. She had a daughter, Emilie, in April 2005, and is now a stay-at-home mother in northern Wisconsin.Anderson University (IN)Krysta Dancy 
is married and attending graduate school at Chapman University to get a MA in marriage and family therapy. She is a trainee at "The Place Within," a nonprofit counseling center for children, adults, individuals and couples.Augsburg College (MN)Dustin Hoff 
died on April 28, 2005 at the age of 23. He was halfway through his master's degree in psychology at Bethel University in Minnesota.Austin Peay State Univ (TN)Ricky Ross 
is enrolled at Austin Peay State University (TN) to earn his masters in industrial/organizational psychology.Susan Ham 
is in graduate school at Trevecca Nazarene University pursuing a master's degree in counseling. Barry University (FL)Melanie Petersen 
opened a Montessori School in Doral with three classrooms for children aged 18 months to 6 years (www.petersenmontessoriacademy.com
).Benedictine University (IL)Donald L. Bernovich II 
worked for a year in Malaysia as a counselor/psychologist's assistant in Kuala Lumpur where he met his wife. He is now a consultant with the Air Force and has a masters of science in psychology from Capella University.
Berea College (KY)Felicia Sullivan 
is the primary caregiver for toddlers at Cincinnati Union Bethel Head Start: Millvale Center. She is working on her masters in community counseling at Xavier University.Bethune-Cookman College (FL)John A. Williams 
graduated summa cum laude from Howard University (DC) with a masters in counseling psychology. He resides in Austell, GA and is seeking employment.Juanita A. Houston 
is a full time student at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology (IL) working toward a master's degree in forensic psychology.Binghamton Univ, SUNY (NY)
Sheetal Shetty 
graduated from law school and is a prosecutor in New York.
Boston University (MA)Natoshia Raishevich 
will begin the doctoral program in clinical psychology at Virginia Tech this fall, specializing in clinical child psychology. She plans to research the comorbidity of internalizing and externalizing disorders in childhood.Bowie State Univ (MD)Chenere Evans 
graduated with a MA in counseling psychology and is applying for licensure in Washington, D.C. and Virginia, and her national certified counselor credential.Brenau University (GA)Emily Rogers 
is currently attending a terminal MS program in clinical counseling psychology at Brenau University.Brigham Young Univ (UT)Jay Gowen 
completed a master's degree in science with a school counseling emphasis, and is working as a school counselor in western Washington. California State Univ, FullertonPatty Quinones 
was recently admitted to the masters of arts graduate psychology program at California State University, Fullerton.California State Univ, Hayward
Aaron Stevens 
has recently embarked on a real estate career. He enjoys the field and has goals to obtain a full broker's license and establish his own businesses.California State Univ, SacramentoJacqueline Webb 
has finished her first year at American University's Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. She writes for the Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law
and works in a corporate litigation firm. California State Univ, San MarcosMelissa (Kimball) Eckholdt 
has MS in marriage and family therapy from Loma Linda University. She is married to a fellow Psi Chi member.
Canisius College (NY)Rachel Andelora 
works for Baker Victory in Buffalo as a mental health specialist, working in a residential setting with youth who have behavioral and emotional problems. Carlos Albizu Univ, Miami Campus (FL)Michelle Reitman ,
a therapist for 15 years, holds a masters degrees in music therapy and a doctorate in clinical psychology. She founded Cadenza Music Therapy
in 2000, sits on the editorial board for the Music Therapy Perspectives
journal, and serves as the continuing education coordinator for the American Music Therapy Association and the Florida Association for Music Therapy.
Marialuisa Rospigliosi 
has a MS in psychology with a concentration on marriage and family therapy. She is studying at the doctoral level with a concentration in child psychology and is working toward her license as a family therapist. Carnegie Mellon Univ (PA)Haley Vlach 
received the prestigious Gretchen Lankford Award and is starting a PhD program in developmental psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Carroll College (MT)Elizabeth A. Pritchard-Sleath 
completed a MS in cognitive neuroscience from the University of Wales in Bangor, Wales. She recently finished a volunteer work experience at CooperRiis Healing Farm in Mills Spring, NC.Cedar Crest College (PA)Alyson Schwenk 
is halfway through a two-year masters program for child and family studies at Wheelock College in Boston. Central Connecticut State UnivKelly Boutilier 
is in graduate school at American International College in Springfield, pursuing a master's degree in forensic psychology.
Chaminade Univ of Honolulu (HI)Lauren Miyasato 
is attending graduate school for a MBA. She also works full time at Chaminade University as the assistant to the director of the education department.Chapman University (CA)Janet (Hoelscher) Meadows 
is married and attending graduate school at California State University, Northridge studying college counseling and student services.Charleston Southern Univ (SC)Robert "Trey" S. Ingram III 
is enrolled in the University of South Carolina's school of law. He did a two-month summer internship with the Alliance Defense Fund, a national Christian public policy council and legal support.
Chicago State Univ (IL)Joseph Kerney 
is enrolled in the graduate program for clinical professional psychology at Roosevelt University in Chicago. He is employed at Thresholds Psychiatric Rehabilitation center as a case manager and is engaged to be married.Clarion University (PA)Melanie White 
graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a masters in social work. She now works as an outpatient therapist, a mobile therapist, and a behavioral specialist coordinator.Clark Atlanta Univ (GA)Lynnette Mitchell 
graduated from Argosy University with a MA in psychology with a professional counseling specialty. She works as the director of youth connections for a faith-based, nonprofit organization called Visions Unlimited.Clarkson University (NY)Amy House 
is working on her master's degree in physical therapy at Nazareth College in Rochester, NY. Coe College (IA)Rachel Gearhart 
graduated with a MSW from the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University (MO). A portion of her life story was recently published in the second edition of Janell Carroll's textbook, Sexuality Now: Embracing Diversity.Colby College (ME)Allegra Roundy 
is a human capital consultant and has project experience with various companies in the public and federal sectors including Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Department of Veteran Affairs, the Pennsylvania Department of State, the US Coast Guard, and the Defense Contract Management Agency.
Colby-Sawyer College (NH)Allison Kelly 
is a certified child life specialist and works at the Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital in the child sexual abuse clinic and the inpatient unit for chronically ill children.College Misericordia (PA)Tracy Dranchak 
has worked with Lackawanna College as an ACT 101 Counselor, and a residence director. She is enrolled in College Misericordia's graduate program for organizational management.College of New JerseyRick Addante 
spent the summer after graduation in Tanzania, where he sat in on the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the war crimes in Rwanda. He attended Florida Atlantic University and is transferring to the University of California, Davis, to continue pursuing a PhD in their neuroscience graduate program.College of Saint Rose (NY)Melissa Andrews 
is living in Myersville, MD with her fiance, and working as a 5th grade teacher. College of the Holy Cross (MA)Lea Koveos 
has spent the past two years as an admissions counselor for College of the Holy Cross. She has decided to continue her education at Loyola University Chicago to obtain a master's degree in social work.
Columbia Union College (MD)Aisha Patel 
is working as a courtroom clerk for the Judicial Center, Circuit Court of Montgomery County in Rockville, MD. She has applied to law schools in the area hoping to attend full time in the fall.
Connecticut CollegeBradley Schwimmer 
spent eight months working in sports management with Massachusetts Premier Soccer. He now lives in Boston and is pursuing a career in medical education by working for a company called Pri-Med.
East Stroudsburg University (PA)Rajvanti Ahir 
works as a research technician at Sanofi Pasteur in research and development. He credits his analytical thinking to an experimental psychology course, which taught him how to tackle an experimental/research topic.
Elmira College (NY)Barbara Fritts 
has been working for Bay Cove Human Services in Boston as a case manager in a group residence for chronically, mentally-ill adults and as a supported housing specialist in a supported housing program for dually diagnosed adults. Emporia State Univ (KS)Donna Stuber-McEwen 
is a professor of psychology and vice chair of the division of social & behavioral sciences at Friends University in Wichita, KS.Deeann Goseland 
has two children, Corynn (4 years) and Bryant (18 months), and she is expecting a third in September. She and her family live in Bentonville, AK.Florida Memorial UniversityChanel Williams 
was an intern for U.S. Congressman Kendrick Meek (D-FL), after which she worked as a case manager with the Department of Children and Families/Neighbor to Family, assisting families with reunification and foster care. Florida State UniversityBonnie Bird 
moved to New Jersey and got a job as an instructional aide at an elementary school. She is now in graduate school working on K-5 teaching certification.
Fordham Univ at Lincoln Center (NY)Ellen Feinstein 
works part-time at Jacobi Hospital in the Bronx in the Department of Psychiatry, Consultation-Liaison service and has a part-time private practice on the Upper West Side.Forest Institute of Prof Psychology (MO)Krista Fritson 
is a full-time assistant professor at the University of Nebraska at Kearney and serves as the advisor for Psi Chi and the psychology club. She works as a clinical psychologist in a small private practice and as the supervising practitioner at a local residential treatment facility for youth. She is married with two children.Amanda J. Moore 
earned a MA and a PsyD in 2002 and 2005, respectively. While completing coursework, counseling clients, studying for her comprehensive exams, and writing her dissertation, she pursued her passion for writing with Mens Rea. Visit Amanda's website at www.amandajmoore.com
Furman University (SC)Kelly Simmons 
joined the Teach For America organization and is teaching freshman English in a low income community in Charlotte, NC.Gallaudet University (DC)Erin Land 
graduated with a master of arts in school counseling. She did an internship at California School for the Deaf at Riverside.George Mason University (VA)Joann T. Bernhard 
received her master's degree in counseling and taught transition classes at George Mason University for five years. She is currently teaching the First Year Experience at Westwood College.
Georgia Southern UniversityBecky Doak 
is a military police platoon leader (2LT) in Najaf, Iraq in charge of a police transition team consisting of Iraqi interpreters, U.S. soldiers, and U.S. civilian cops. The team is responsible for training and supplying the local Iraqi police traffic headquarters station. Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary-Charlotte (NC)Sarah Hampshire Tison 
graduated from the University of Charleston with a bachelor's degree in psychology and from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary with a MA in counseling. She is a marriage and family therapist with Rodgers Christian Counseling in Charlotte.Grand Canyon University (AZ)Kirsten C. (Jones) Northrup 
is employed with Texas Tech University's Southwest Institute for Addictive Diseases. The program provides substance abuse and mental health counseling services for the Federal Criminal Justice System.
Grand Valley State University (MI)June Martinez 
is finishing her masters in psychology at Western and was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi. She did her practicum during the summer of 2006 and is applying for the doctoral program.Jennifer Freer 
works with autistic high school students and at a group home for people with autism in Asheville, NC. She has two children, three chinchillas, and a tree frog.
Harding University (AR)Jeremy Wallace 
is married and had a daughter in April. He began graduate studies at the University of Georgia and is pursuing a masters of education in human resource and organizational development. Henderson State University (AR)Sandra Barrett 
is working towards a graduate degree in rehabilitation counseling at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and plans to complete the course work required for both LPC and CRCC licensure. High Point University (NC)Phyllis Avery 
is currently enrolled at Walden University pursuing a master's degree in I/O psychology. She is president and CEO of The Avery Group, serves on the Junior Achievement Advisory Board, and is a member of the Piedmont Triad Girls Scout Council.
Pete Cole 
flies once a month from North Carolina to Burlington, VT to attend classes at a satellite campus of Southern New Hampshire University. He is working toward getting his master's degree in community mental health counseling in order to become a licensed practical counselor.Kathryn Rickard 
is enrolled in the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University (DC).Hofstra University (NY)Joyce Guirand 
is a recent graduate of the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine as a DO candidate. She will be a resident at the Mount Sinai Jamaica Hospital family medicine program in July.Saundra Dobbs 
has been traveling and volunteering in Africa. You can read a newspaper article about her at www.modbee.com/life/friendsfamily/story/11267186p12016839c.html
or read her journal at http://blog.myspace.com/36238561
.Humboldt State University (CA)Elizabeth Clark 
is a graduate student at the California Institute of Integral Studies. She is currently in practicum at the Pierce Street Counseling Center in San Francisco. Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ IndianapolisAnn Willoughby 
accepted a position with Roche Diagnostics as an HRIS specialist in the human resources department and was promoted to project management consultant.
Jackson State Univ (MS)Geoffrey Edwards 
is enrolled in a masters of science program in art therapy at Mount Mary College.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice (NY)Eva (Gerencser) G-Hanyec 
is employed as a case manager at Kid Connection of New Jersey, a nonprofit social service agency that provides therapy and resources to children and families.Johns Hopkins Univ (MD)Stanislav Beyderman 
is a second-year law student at Loyola University in New Orleans and works part-time as a law clerk. Due to Hurricane Katrina, he was forced to evacuate and relocate to Nashville, TN, but has now returned to New Orleans. Kean University (NJ)Danielle Trippeda-Basantes 
worked at the Mental Health Association of Essex County. She started as a case manager and became team leader/supervisor. She completed her masters in forensic psychology and is now a forensic case manager in the Essex County correction facility.
Kennesaw State University (GA)Kathryn Gray 
is continuing her studies in the accelerated nursing program at Kennesaw State University.Kent State University (OH)Tamara Sabo 
graduated with a masters in counseling and human development from Walsh University. She passed the national counselor exam and is working toward getting a certification in Gestalt therapy. She is married and has four children. Kutztown University (PA)
Kristy Sensenig Hertzog 
received the Beakey Award and was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi. She completed an internship at Merck, Inc. and was also employed by Arrow International. She is finishing her first year of medical school at the Pennsylvania State College of Medicine. Nia Murray 
is in graduate school at West Chester University of Pennsylvania studying counseling and educational psychology.