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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.

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. 

Anne Marie Vale (SBL, '99)
Dr. Anne Marie Vale (SBL, ’99) recently self-published her first book, Whispers from Above and Reflections from the Heart, which is a “literary potpourri of inspirational poems, short stories, song lyrics, and photographs- a variety of “snapshots” from my life as a Catholic Christian. 

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.

Stephen P. Pfeiffer, Esq. (07)
Stephen Pfeiffer practices primarily in criminal defense on the state and federal levels, but he specializes in DUI defense, and is known by many as the “go-to lawyer” for DUI/DWI in his area.

Ranjit Abraham, '13
Ranjit Abraham (SOD, ’13) is the Coordinator of Missions and Education at New India Church of God. 

Paul Surace, '82
Paul Surace (SCA, ’82) is a theatrical writer and producer and former Disney writer whose day job is serving as a Marriage and Family Therapist in Los Angeles. 

Stryker Watts, '13
Stryker Watts (CAS, ’13) is a Creative Strategist with MCB Strategic, a branding and advertising agency that specializes solely in the investment and financial services industry. 

George T. Dillon III, '05
George T. Dillon III is the Managing Attorney at both Dillon Law Group and Liberty Title and Escrow Company for the state of Virginia.

Casey M. Roberts, '09
Mr. Casey M. Roberts (’09) is the Principal of Smithfield High School in Smithfield, Virginia, and was recently honored as the Isle of Wight County Schools’ “2015 Instructional Leader of the Year.”

Andrey Swystun, '95
Andrey Swystun (SPC ’95) specializes in vocational rehabilitation for the blind and visually impaired and first took interest in Regent University while finishing an eighteen year career in the U.S. Navy.

Justin Haskins, '11
Justin Haskins (RSG ’11) is a writer, a journalist, and the editor for The Heartland Institute. He came to RSG in 2010 seeking an M.A. in government and international relations, but left with much more than a master’s degree.

Nataliya Khom'yak, '03

Nataliya Khom’yak (SBL, ’03) is the Director of Operations at Orphan’s Promise, a special ministry under the purview of the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) with a “vision of taking orphans and vulnerable children from at risk situations into thriving environments.”

Ron Atkinson, '95

Ron Atkinson (SCA, ’95) runs Urban Stock House, a cause founded visual content company, and is passionate about finding Christian homes for foreign exchange students. 

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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