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Carin and Elizabeth Miller (CAS ’08, RSG ’10)
Carin and Elizabeth Miller (CAS’ 08, RSG ’10) are twin sisters and both alumni from Regent’s College of Arts & Sciences and Robertson School of Government. They now both work at Liberty Ammunition, a privately owned, small-caliber ammunition company.

Kim Denerstein (CAS, '11)
Kim Denerstein (College of Arts & Sciences, ’11) is a Campaign Manager at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).

Jared Beasley (SCA & SBL, '13)
Jared Beasley (SCA & SBL, ‘13) is the Founder and Creative Director of Istoria, a full service digital marketing agency.

Anne Smith, (SOE '98)
Anne Smith (SOE, ’98) is a Music Teacher at Alexandria City Public Schools and recently released a new book entitled Good News: Innovators and Originators of Gospel Music for use in the classroom.

Nick Eno (SPC '92)
Dr. Nick Eno (SPC, '92) is the founder of Nick Eno Ministries and Regional Director of the Therapon Institute. He recently released his new book entitled The Orphan Syndrome: Breaking Free and Finding Home.

Ann Kirwin (RSG, '03)
Ann Flandermeyer Kirwin (RSG, ’03) is a political consultant and former lobbyist, and is the co-owner of Kirwin Development Strategies, a Virginia based consulting firm that specializes in business development and public/government relations.

Krysta Dodd (CAS, '08)
Krysta Dodd (College of Arts & Sciences, ’08) is a Contributing Writer with Homeland Security Today (HSToday) magazine, a publication designed for decision-makers in the homeland security field in the post- 9/11 era. 

Cynthia Dunbar (Law, '90)
Cynthia Dunbar (Law, ’90) is a public servant, author and attorney, and she is currently running for the position of National Committeewoman to the Republican National Convention (RNC) from Virginia.

Lee Raney (SBL, '97)
Lee Raney (SBL, ’97) is the founder of Church Finder, an online resource that helps people find a church and to help churches with their online presence in order to reach more people. 

Stephanie Iaquinto (SCA, '10)
Stephanie Iaquinto (SCA, ’10) is the Academic Dean of Wave Leadership College, an academically-minded leadership college in Virginia Beach. 

Katrina Rowson-Starkes (SOE, '15)
Katrina Rowson-Starkes is a second-grade teacher at Brighton Elementary School in Portsmouth, Virginia where she was chosen as Teacher of the Year for 2015.

Ingo and Capri Tophoven (SPC '96, '93)
Ingo and Capri Tophoven are professional counselors and missionaries in Berlin, Germany.

Eushekia Hewitt (RSG, '03)
Eushekia Hewitt (RSG, ‘03) works as the Director of an affinity group for the United Way of South Hampton Roads and as an adjunct faculty member at South University and Tidewater Community College.

Chuck Slemp (Law, RSG '10)
Chuck Slemp (’10), a Regent graduate with dual degrees from the schools of law and government, was recently elected as Commonwealth Attorney for Wise County, Virginia.

John Pipes (SCA, '88)
John Pipes (SCA, ’88) is the Senior Producer at Joyce Meyer Ministries, where he leads a team of about 50 talented and creative media professionals. 

Dina Abercrombie (CAS, '05)
Dina Abercrombie (CAS, ’05) is a Senior Manager at Booz Allen Hamilton and leads a team that provides project management services for large internal Human Capital Transformational Initiatives. 

Karen O'Meara (SOE, '03)
Karen O'Meara spent her thirty-two year career serving Virginia Beach City Public Schools as a Teacher, Organizational Development Specialist, and Assistant Principal and was named Virginia's first National Outstanding Assistant Principal.

Jesus Sampedro, '04 & '07
Jesus Sampedro (SBL, ’04 & ’07) is the founder and president of Global Leadership Consulting and is “passionate about equipping leaders to enhance what they already do.” 

Joseph Warner ('86)
Joseph Warner (’86) served in the Air Force, Air Force Reserves for over 30 years and served as a Rehabilitation Counselor and General Manager for the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Jimmy Schambach ('14)

Jimmy Schambach (SOD,’14) works with a ministry called M28, which is devoted to helping men and women who are in major life transitions as a result of substance abuse, incarceration, homelessness, and human trafficking.

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