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Senate

Each graduate school at Regent University has two COGS senators. Meet the senator for your school below.


School of Communication & the Arts

Roderick Bradford, Jr.

rodebra@mail.regent.edu

Roderick Bradford Jr. was born and raised in the city of Washington, D.C. and is the second oldest of five siblings. To date, he holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Visual Performing Arts from The Johnson C. Smith University (2013), and graduated with honors. He currently is pursuing his Master of Fine Arts Degree at Regent University’s Master’s Program with a concentration in Acting, and now serves as a new COGS Senator for the 2014 year. ┬áHe has worked in many aspects of the theater for the past six years, including interning at Penumbra Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as well as North Carolina Actor’s Studio in Charlotte, North Carolina; and has acted in numerous plays including A Raisin in the Sun, and directed a number of plays as well. He just finished a show last season that was put on by the COM Arts department called Bus Stop, as he portrayed the character Carl. Now he is casted in one of this season’s line-ups in The Drowsy Chaperone. Roderick dedicates all his talents back to God and as a result, he ultimately wants to apply the aesthetics of art to promote social awareness and change.

 

Vacant Senator Position Available. Contact Roderick Bradford for details.

 

School of Divinity

 

 

Octavia Stancil

octasta@mail.regent.edu

Bio Coming Soon!

 

Vacant Senator Position Available. Contact Octavia Stancil for details.

School of Education

2 Vacant Senator Positions Available. Contact Kasturi Bhattacharjee (kastbha@mail.regent.edu) for details.

 

School of Business & Leadership

Arun Daniel

arundan@mail.regent.edu

I’m from India; I graduated with a BA in English literature from Madras Christian College, Chennai, India. I was working in India, in the Aviation and Telecommunications field, before joining Regent for further studies. I’m pursuing my Master’s in Business Administration with specialization in marketing at Regent. My 16 year long career in operations and customer service, as well as, involvement in church provided me the platform to serve others. Now, I see this position as an opportunity to continue to serve my community here at Regent.

 

 

Tao Tang

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 a joint-degree of M.A in Government with a concentration in international relations and M.B.A in SBL with a concentration in entrepreneurship. He is interested in programing and photography and passionate about starting innovative tech company.

 

 

Robertson School of Government

Nathanael Kreimeyer

nathkr1@mail.regent.edu

Nathanael Kreimeyer is a Senator from the Robertson School of Government. He is in his second semester studying for a Master of Arts in Government with a concentration in American Government. Before coming to Regent University, he received his Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences with a teacher licensure and a Master of Arts in History with a concentration in American History from Liberty University. Nathanael was born and raised in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. He acquired his first taste of history and government through his visiting of the government facilities and world-class museums of the nation’s capital. Nathanael hopes to continue his studies in Colonial Virginia’s House of Burgesses by studying for a Doctorate of Philosophy in History. After finishing school, Nathanael hopes to honor his calling from God by teaching either at the colligate level or in a secondary school.

 

Vacant Senator Position Available. Contact Nathanael Kreimeyer for details.

 

 

 

School of Law

Jessica Wood

jesswo5@mail.regent.edu

Jessica is originally from Texas but has spent the majority of her life living in Northern Virginia and Virginia Beach, except for the four years she spent serving active duty in the U.S. Army, including a tour in Iraq in 2003. After her service in the Army, she spent three years in the Air Force National Guard and graduated summa cum laude, from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Health Science in Cytotechnology and became certified to practice by the American Society of Clinical Pathology. She then began working for Sentara as a Cytotechnologist where she eventually reevaluated her calling. Realizing her heart was with those who lacked a voice of their own, she decided on becoming an attorney so she could be that voice. Jessica continues to work for Sentara as a Cytotechnologist and is in her final year in the Law School and will graduate in May.  With the heart of a servant, she thoroughly enjoys serving the Regent graduate community as a Law Senator and feels blessed to have this opportunity to learn and grow from other students and leaders alike.

 

Vacant Senator Position Available. Contact Jessica Wood for details.

 

 

 

School of Psychology & Counseling

Andreas Bienert

andrbie@mail.regent.edu

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.

 

Kasturi Bhattacharjee

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.