Alumni Webinars

Alumni Webinars

SAS Alumni Webinar Schedule and Recording 

December 2019       Dr. Karma McDonald

November 2019       Dr. Jennifer Atteberry

October 2019           Dr. Franda Clay

September 2019       Dr. Manny Barbosa

August 2019             Dr. Pamela Lindsay

July 30, 2019            Pastor Dr. Dana Peprah 

June 24, 2019           Dr. Simone Arnold

May 30, 2019             Dr. Gina Rhodes

Link to the Webinar Recording

April 29, 2019            Dr. Kristina McGaha

March 28, 2019          Dr. Burl Randolph

February 28, 2019      Dr. Medgar Roberts

December 17, 2018    Dr. Summer Van Pelt

November 26, 2018    Dr. Jamie Munn  

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Link to PowerPoint presentation

October 29, 2018  Dr. Jeanette Landin

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September 27, 2018  Dr. Nola Veazie

Dr. Veazie is a retired Air Force Veteran with 22 years in the fields of mental health, addiction counseling, training, and management.  She is a knowledgeable mental health/addictions counselor, trainer, and staff developer, whose experience working with organizations spans Federal, State, and local agencies. In this webinar, Dr. Veazie discusses how achieving her doctoral degree has helped her to achieve greater success in research especially in the counseling community.

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August 29, 2018   Dr. Deborah Hornsby

The focus of Dr. Hornby’s chat is “It all comes full circle.”  The doctoral journey rarely offers a direct, straight path to completion.  Nor does the achievement of a doctorate result in a singular avenue of professional or career opportunities.  For Dr. Hornsby, earning an Ed.D. helped her get back to the beginning. 

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July 31, 2018   Dr. Medgar Roberts

Dr. Medgar Roberts discusses his experiences applying his degree to the field of education with specific emphasis on contributions to research, school leadership, and additional opportunities afforded by his degree.

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June 25, 2018  Dr. Kristi Burtis

In this webinar, Dr. Kristi Burtis shares her passion about education, leadership, influencing change, conservation and research to learn more and protect wildlife.  For 30 years, Dr. Burtis has been an Ambassador for SeaWorld. As a supervisor in the animal training department at Sea World San Diego, she oversees a staff of twenty animal trainers and the training, research, and well-being of ten killer whales, other marine wildlife and animals. 

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May 30, 2018   Dr. Raymond Delaney

Dr. Delaney, an alumni, veteran, assistant professor, entrepreneur, and community activist/organizer, shares his successes and failures of obtaining a doctorates degree and learning to apply the knowledge acquired to a practical world. The audience can expect to learn about the realities of implementing the scholarship, practitioner, leadership model in the 21st century. Dr. Delaney will expound on techniques for proper planning and preparations for developing deliverables and outcomes while making a collective impact which will also include the power of internal motivation and emotional intelligence. Lastly, he will share personal experiences for staying disciplined, maintaining integrity, and delivering results.

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April 30, 2018   Dr. Daniel Roberts

For this webinar, Dr. Roberts, a 26-year military veteran, will discuss the opportunities he has been able to take advantage of since graduating with his doctorate as well as the support he’s received from University of Phoenix to enhance and build upon his research and scholarship activities.   

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March 28, 2018  Dr. Betty Diggs 

In this webinar, Dr. Diggs will discuss how she completed her doctoral studies at University of Phoenix and went on to use her doctoral experiences to help others in her work as a motivational speaker, within education, and to help benefit the lives of people in her community.    

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