Zvi Bellin earned a Ph.D.in Pastoral Counseling and Counselor Education from Loyola University in 2010.His research interest includes the exploration of
personal meaning as holistic construct and promotes everyone’s human right to stable and sustainable personal meaning. You can read more about his work at www.meaningthroughbeing.com
Stephanie T. Burns is an Adjunct Professor at Heidelberg University, a Licensed Professional Counselor, a National Certified Counselor, and a partner in
Seneca Counseling and Psychological Services. She is co-chair of the Chi Sigma Iota Professional Advocacy Committee and the Counseling Association.
Anna Marie Dinallo-Moya-Garcia is a student in the counseling program at the University of New Mexico. She has worked with marginalized communities locally and in Central America. Anna’s scholarly interests focus on topics such as improving wellness practices for low-income children and adolescence in New Mexico in
community and school settings.
AHC encourages the development of the whole person: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects; promotes the dignity and worth of the individual
within the context of community and culture; recognizes and cherishes diversity in an increasingly multicultural society; promotes advocacy within our
profession, our home, and world communities; identifies cutting edge issues for counseling and human development professionals; and encourages
dialogue and promotes solutions. The AHC Emerging Leaders was developed to allow leaders to participate in AHC activities, provide mentorship, and
Three Emerging Leaders will be selected to serve for the 2013 term (March 2013 to March 2014). The three leaders will consist of a master’s level student,
doctoral student, and new professional. Interested persons are encouraged to submit a nomination be considered for the emerging leaders program.
Recipients must be an AHC member at the time of application and fall into the master’s, doctoral, or new professional categories. Emerging Leaders choose
an area of interest within the division and receive mentoring in service. Emerging Leaders will also have opportunities to learn the responsibilities of serving
elected leadership positions in our association.
Emerging Leaders will be featured in our newsletter, Infochange, and recognized at the AHC meeting at the 2012 American Counseling Association Conference
in San Francisco, California.
Interested applicants should submit the emerging leaders application (.doc) and candidate curriculum vitae electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org no
later than Feb 1, 2012.
The selection committee will notify applicants by Feb 15, 2012.
If you have any questions, then please contact Dr. Brande Flamez at email@example.com or (574) 904-8186 or
Dr. Michael Becerra at firstname.lastname@example.org or (214) 843-1435.