For many years, the Wright State University Alumni Association coordinated the Outstanding Alumni Awards, which allowed each college or school at the university to recognize former students who have gone on to make exceptional contributions to their professional fields while giving back to their communities. Although this award is no longer available, past recipients are listed below and their contributions to the field of psychology continue to inspire us.
Gregory A. Archer, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist, program evaluator, nonprofit consultant and author.
Dr. Cedric L. Alexander ‘97 was appointed to the position of Deputy Chief Operating Officer, DeKalb County, Georgia Office of Public Safety, on December 2013.
Dr. Erin Andrews is a Supervisory Psychologist and Director of Psychology Training at the Central Texas VA Health Care System.
Dr Margie Lieberman passed peacefully on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 in Montreal, Canada surrounded by her loving family including her beloved husband, Dr. Irwin Lieberman.
Lori Crosby earned her bachelor’s degree from Ohio Dominican College and her Psy. D. in 1995 from the Wright State University School of Professional Psychology.
Adia “Dr. Dia” Winfrey earned her Doctor of Psychology from Wright State University’s School of Professional Psychology in 2008.
A licensed psychologist, Dr. Kelly Ducheny obtained her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the School of Professional Psychology (SOPP) in 1993, with an emphasis in multicultural psychology and working with gay, lesbian, and bisexual clients.
Brad Klontz, Psy.D., graduated from Wright State University in 1999 with a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology. He is the co-founder of Your Mental Wealth (TM).
Larina Kase, M.B.A. ’02,Psy.D.’03, a professional public speaker and author, is the College Outstanding Alumni Award winner from the School of Professional Psychology.
When LaMaurice Gardner finishes his day job as a Veterans Affairs psychologist, his work day may not be over. He just might get a call in the middle of the night to respond to a barricaded gunman or a suicidal subject.
Janet L. Cummings, Psy.D. ‘92, president of the Nicholas & Dorothy Cummings Foundation of Reno, Nevada, is the College Outstanding Alumni Winner from the School of Professional Psychology.