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Executive Board

Kyle Carter

President, School of Law

Kyle grew up in Texas, studied at Abilene Christian University and graduated in 2003 with a degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

He spent 9 years working as a project manager and in international business before returning to law school. He is currently a third-year law student at Regent University School of Law. Kyle has been married for nine years to an incredible lady, Jenny Carter, and has a very active three-year old son named Caleb.

At Regent he has been involved with the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board, Regent Journal of International Law, and International Law Society. Kyle was called to law school by the injustice he witnessed in the international communities that he lived and worked in. He wants to leverage his business acumen to advocate for those marginalized by the law by enabling businesses to review their working practices and enable non-profits to function efficiently to achieve their mission and objectives.


As COGS President, Kyle’s four main objectives are to: build stronger community among students, faculty, and staff; develop sustainable methods to enhance continuity in students organizations; find opportunities to invest into the graduate student body and further the fulfillment of Regent’s mission by encouraging each graduate student to take personal responsibility for their spiritual, emotional, academic and professional development and those of their colleagues.

Stephanie Snyder

Vice President, School of Education

Stephanie is originally from Rutland, Massachusetts but, as a military wife, has called many places around the globe “home”. After completing her B.A. in English and Political Science from Assumption College, she was called to attend Regent and earned here first Master’s in Government.
After spending some time in Mississippi and working as a full-time faculty member, she and her family were stationed in Sicily, Italy. While in Italy, Stephanie taught classes for University of Maryland University College and she and her family made the most of their time by traveling to many different countries in Europe.
Prior to moving back Stateside, Stephanie completed her second Master’s in Education and is in her second year of the PhD in the School of Education focusing on Higher Education.
Stephanie has a strong desire to actively participate in her communities and work to make a difference for her and future students.


Andreas Bienert

Secretary, School of Psychology & Counseling

Andreas (Andy) Bienert was born and raised in a small country town about 30 minutes north of Vienna, Austria, close to the Czech-Republican border.  He has completed internships and missions work in the United Kingdom, Portugal, Macedonia, and the USA. Andy is currently completing my graduate studies in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Regent University. His undergraduate coursework was completed in Austria, majoring in Early Childhood Education and Children’s Psychology. He has worked with various populations including adults and youth with special needs.  Andy still serves as an adjunct instructor in Austria, lending his knowledge of pre-school pedagogy, kindergarten didactics and developmental psychology to a private community college.  His goal is to complete his Masters and Doctoral work here at Regent University, and then return to Austria, in order to establish a healthy foundation for Christian counseling and psychological services. In addition to COGS, Andy serves with a non-profit organization that supports human trafficking victims that are brought through Vienna, Austria. His core area of research interest is Fatherhood, especially the importance of a healthy relationship between a father and a son.

Juliana Melton

Treasurer, Robertson School of Government

Juliana Melton is originally from Greensboro, NC. (NC is considered to be the home of BBQ.) She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a B.A. in Sociology and Spanish. Her final year of undergraduate work was spent in Toledo, Spain learning the culture, expanding her knowledge, and improving her Spanish. After graduation she taught ESL in an elementary school. After this time she came to Regent and is currently working on her M.A. in Government, with a concentration in International Relations. She hopes to work in D.C. in the future. Also, she is considering working for a think tank that focuses on domestic and foreign policy and who knows she may even run for office one day!