Gina Armendariz is a credentialed school psychologist in a school district in Orange County. She is also a licensed educational psychologist. Her undergraduate and graduate education has been here at CSUF, in Psychology. Gina says that she enjoyed her experience so much at CSUF that there was no hesitation, on her part, in applying for the Ed.D. in Educational Leadership program. In Spring of 2013, she received her doctorate from the California State University, Fullerton Ed. D program. In her spare time Gina enjoys going to the movies, and spending time with her family.
Robey Callahan, On 21 December 2005 I received my PhD in Linguistic and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania. My main theoretical interests are Linguistic and Cultural Anthropology; my main ethnographic area is Mesoamerica (more specifically Cobá, Quintana Roo, México). My dissertation research is on notions of self among the rural Maya of that region. I am also pursuing a separate study of the generic aspects of creativity, particularly as it is manifested in practical terms by those working in the UK advertising industry.