For more than 100 years, the Society's award winning magazine has been built on the contributions of our members. From across all disciplines, Forum contributors relate their experiences and ideas to the magazine's quarterly theme.
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Eleanor Bloxham was initiated at the Louisiana State University chapter in 1978. She is the founder and CEO of The Value Alliance and Corporate Governance Alliance, a board and senior executive education, information and advisory firm. Bloxham has a bachelor's in English from LSU and an MBA from New York University's Stern School of Business. She was a regular contributor to Fortune for seven years and is the author of two books.
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Greta Davis was initiated at the University of North Texas. She is a career counselor and consultant, workplace and employment coach, and a clinical associate professor at Southern Methodist University, where she teaches career counseling and development. She earned the 2009 Texas Career Development Association Outstanding Career Practitioner Award which is the highest career counseling recognition in the state.
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Danny Heitman was initiated at the Southeastern Louisiana University chapter in 1986. He is currently the editor of Forum and a columnist for The Advocate newspaper in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He also frequently writes about literature and culture for national publications and is the author of A Summer of Birds: John James Audubon at Oakley House.
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Robin Henager was initiated at the Brenau University chapter in 2009 and is an award-winning researcher and associate professor of economics and finance and the assistant dean for the School of Business at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington. She is a University of Georgia graduate who focuses on financial literacy, financial education, and student debt. She also leads a peer education program at Whitworth focusing on financial literacy for college students.
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Kelly Matthews was initiated at Framingham State University in 2015 where she is an associate professor of English. She is a graduate of Harvard University, Trinity College Dublin, Boston University, and the University of Ulster. She teaches English methods and supervises student teachers seeking the English 5-8 and English 8-12 teaching licenses.
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Tonisha Melvin was initiated at Mercer University in 2017. She is a nurse practitioner at the Charlie Norwood Veterans Affairs Medical Center in August, Georgia, and an environmental health registry specialists and specialty examiner for compensation and disability claims. She was named an African American Leader in Health by Becker's Hospital Review in 2019 and is the author of The Charge Nurse Leader Program Builder: A Competency-Based Approach for Developing Frontline Leaders.
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Ronald Shapiro was initiated at The Ohio State University chapter in 1980. He is a speaker and consultant in career development, leadership development, and human factors/ergonomics. He is a graduate of the University of Rochester and Ohio State. He worked at IBM and writes for a variety of publications and speaks on college campuses and at conventions.
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David Silva was initiated at the Salem State University chapter in 1991 and is currently provost and academic vice president at Salem State. He is a linguist whose work has been funded by the Fulbright Program, the Korea Foundation, and the Academy of Korean Studies. He is a graduate of Harvard University and Cornell University. Silva is a member of the 2018-2020 Phi Kappa Phi Board of Directors.
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Maire Simington was initiated at the Arizona State University chapter in 2001 and is on the faculty of the School of Community Health Sciences at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is a graduate of Hofstra University, the University of Phoenix, and ASU. She is a peer reviewer for the Journal of American Culture and the Journal of Healthcare Management.
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