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Executive Board

Juliana Melton

President, Robertson School of Government

julimel@mail.regent.edu

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!

Kasturi Bhattacharjee

Vice President, School of Psychology & Counseling

kastbha@mail.regent.edu

I am a Doctoral student of Clinical Psychology. Originally from India, I have been a part of this diverse culture in USA for 2 years now. I have worked as a Human Resource professional for 6 years and enjoyed every bit of my life in between the hectic schedule. Now during our free time me and my husband love traveling, photography and being with the friends we love so much. As a school Senator, I would aim at promoting relationships across schools and hold up the values that makes Regent unique.

 

Tao Tang

Secretary, Robertson School of Government

taotang@mail.regent.edu

Tao is originally from Shenzhen, the largest Special Economic Zone in China (It was the first experimental ground for Chinese capitalism since 1979).  He completed his B.A in political science from Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi and spent his Junior year in Akita, Japan to learn the country's history, politics as well as improve his Japanese. When Tao studied in Japan, he taught English and politics in the local Open University and was convicted to comprehend and respect people from different countries by the misperception among various cultures he witnessed. Tao is currently studying for M.A in Government with a concentration in international relations. After completing his studies at Regent, he plans to work in D.C for international organizations where he can use his language skills in Chinese, English and Japanese and meet people from around the world. Also, he's looking for career opportunities that help to accelerate the pace of democratization and more religious freedom in his own country.

Paul Shakeshaft

Treasurer, School of Law

paulsha@mail.regent.edu

Born on the Feast Day of St. Bartholomew - an apostle with a reputation for resting in the shade of fig trees and evangelizing India - Paul Shakeshaft read History and Philosophy of Law before coming to Regent in the Fall of 2012.  A firm believer in responsible student representation and community involvement, he welcomes student requests and questions.  You may contact him by email at:paulsha@mail.regent.edu.