Tonia Vojtkofsky (2001)

Tonia Vojtkofsky ’01 earned her Psy.D. from Rosemead School of Psychology in 2007 and is now employed as a Dementia Education Specialist at Hoag Hospital. Tonia’s work involves educating medical professionals (doctors, nurses, case managers) on how to recognize, diagnose, treat, and work with patients with dementia (particularly Alzheimer’s Disease). Tonia will also be implementing intervention strategies on the units to improve the quality of patent care and then conducting a research project on the efficacy of the interventions. (11/19/08)

Renee Miller (2000, MS 2002)

Renee Miller ’00, MS ’02 has a PsyD in clinical psychology. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist with her own private practice. Renee is developing an intern training site to help interns develop their counseling skills and learn how to build a private practice. She and husband David live in Orange County and have two sons, Jake, 22, and Zachary, 14. (9/7/08)

Michelle (Clavijo, 2001) Diaz

Michelle (Clavijo ’01) Diaz is the director of Lifetree Adventures, a nonprofit organization that operates global Christian volunteerism trips to incorporate vacation time into every short-term mission project. Michelle and husband Paul live in Firestone, CO, with their children Benjamin, 4, Sierra, 3, and Eva Gabriella, 1.

Susan (Bailey, 1996) Busch

Susan (Bailey ’96) Busch has been married to husband David for eight years. David is an assistant pastor at Church of the Open Door and is attending Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. Susan worked at the St. Vincent School for Boys residential treatment center for nine years before becoming a stay-at-home mom to daughters Moriah Elizabeth, 3, and Abigail Karyss-Renee, 1. The Busch family lives in Petaluma.

Kate Davis (2006)

Kate Davis ’06 is “working for Center For Discovery in La Habra Heights as a counselor. Center For Discovery is an inpatient group home for adolescent girls with multiple diagnoses. My job description includes supervision of clients, milieu management, crisis management, meal supervision, didactic education, skills group facilitation, transportation, and house care. So far it has been an awesome and challenging experience.”