Steven Rogers (Law, '91)
Steven G. Rogers (Law, ’95) was recognized as the 2016 Judge of the Year for the state of Florida by Justice Teaching, an organization that works to educate students about the judicial branch of government.
Melissa Pence Hunter (SPC, '05)
Melissa Pence Hunter (SPC ‘05) is a Neuropsychologist at Sentara Neurology Specialists and works to evaluate and plan treatment for patients with cognitive and psychiatric disorders.
Neal George (SOE, '07)
Neal George (SOE ’07) the teacher in charge of the Autism Inclusion Program at Maury High School in Norfolk, Virginia and is passionate about seeing kids reach their full potential.
Kelly Helgeson (SCA, '08)
Kelly Helgeson (School of Communication & the Arts, ’08) is the Managing Director of Honest Theatre, a pay-what-you-can theatre in Chicago whose talent is comprised primarily of graduates from the School of Communication & the Art’s theatre program.
Calandra Vargas (RSG, '10)
Calandra Rochelle Vargas (Robertson School of Government, ’10) is running for a seat in Congress in her home state of Colorado.
Carl Rogers (CAS, '13)
Carl T. Rogers is an award winning filmmaker and is furthering his film education at Florida State University's College of Motion Picture Arts.
Kevin Coyle (SOD, ’84)
Kevin Coyle (School of Divinity, ’84) is a graduate from the first class in the School of Divinity and a missionary in Southeast Asia.
Konstantin Shpak (SBL, '01)
Konstantin Shpak (School of Business & Leadership, ’01) is the Chief Operations Officer of Global Markets with KPMG International, one of the world’s big four auditors.
Suzanne Rice Deets (SPC ’01, SOD ’13)
Dr. Suzanne Rice Deets is the Supervisor of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at Sentara CarePlex Hospital in Hampton, VA.
Allen Anjo (RSG, Law '13)
Allen Anjo (RSG, Law ’13) and his wife, Julie, are missionaries and Legal Advisors to Youth With A Mission (YWAM) and their mission is to go into the world with law and justice for the least of these.
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.
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.
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.