Rosemead’s Distinguished Alumni
From the moment our students enter the classroom to the day they become alumni, Rosemead School of Psychology is equipping them to enter the field of psychology with passion and expert knowledge. Our alumni go on to do amazing things in their careers, and we’re proud to share their accomplishments.
Connect to Rosemead alumni around the world through the Rosemead Alumni Facebook Group.
Rosemead's alumni development efforts include maintaining a relational network with all alumni. Two primary means for alumni to stay in touch with one another and the school are through reunion events on campus, and regional events in your geographic area. Find a regional alumni chapter near you:
|Colorado Springs, Colorado||Dr. Glen Lutjens||(M.A. '83)|
|Front Range, Colorado||Dr. Dana Max
Dr. Len Tamura
|Georgia||Dr. Mikala Legako||(Psy.D. '95)|
|Illinois||Dr. Kim Lodewk||(Ph.D. '92)|
|Michigan||Dr. Bruce Fowler
Dr. David MacRae
|Mid Atlantic||Dr. Dan Haffey
Dr. Scott Winget
|Minneapolis & St. Paul||Dr. Tom Hainlen||(Psy.D. '03)|
|Phoenix||Dr. Roxanne Thorstad||(Psy.D. '01)|
|Portland||Dr. Doreen Dodgen-Magee||(Psy.D. '92)|
|Sacramento||Dr. Travis Owens||(Psy.D. '82)|
|South||Dr. James Brown||(Psy.D. '94)|
|Seattle/Tacoma, Washington||Dr. Keri Tarantino||(Psy.D. '06)|
|Texas||Dr. Scott Hickman||(Ph.D. '05)|
Rosemead School of Psychology takes pride in equipping its graduates with a professional education in clinical psychology that prepares them in a unique way to serve Jesus by promoting psychological healing and health. With the knowledge, skills and attitudes developed and enhanced at Rosemead, our alumni have gained distinction in their professional work as clinicians, researchers, teachers, and ministers. The purpose of the annual Alumni Awards is to recognize and celebrate the achievements of Rosemead School of Psychology’s distinguished graduates.
2017 Rosemead Alumni Award
The 2017 Rosemead Alumni Award recipient is Col. Jay Earles (Psy.D. ’94). Earles is the chief of the Department of Behavioral Health at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center (DDEAMC), the president of the American Board of Clinical Health Psychology, and a former clinical psychology consultant to the Army surgeon general. At DDEAMC, Earles leads five outpatient behavioral health clinics and two inpatient programs, provides clinical services, supervises psychology interns and residents, teaches didactics and supports the center’s behavioral health research mission. Over the course of his training and career, he has served the Army in a range of roles and has co-authored scientific papers and a book chapter. He and his wife, Kim, have two children and are active members of their church.