Representative Network

ECNPC Representative Network

In 2018, the Early Career Neuropsychologist Committee (ECNPC) established a national network of state-based early career representatives. The primary purpose of the Representative Program is to offer an opportunity for entry-level experience in national governance, with the aim of retaining and promoting talented, motivated individuals in both SCN and larger APA organizations. This program also allows members to take advantage of a more local resource to gain information and assistance in issues pertinent to early career including professional networking, mentorship and support, work-life integration, licensure and credentialing, and board certification in addition to a plethora of others.

ECNPC Representatives are allowed the flexibility and creativity to adapt their roles to state-level needs. As a representative, your role could include activities like setting up local meet-ups, facilitating mentee-mentor matches, liaising with your state psychological organization, alerting others to pertinent CE or other learning opportunities, and much more. Representatives, in turn, will benefit from resources and events geared specifically to their own needs – sponsored and hosted by the national ECNCP committee.

Becoming a Representative

The ECNPC Representative Program is only available for individuals of early career status. APA defines early career as the 10-year period after completing your doctorate degree. So, anytime from fellowship through the next ten years means you are an early career neuropsychologist. There are a few additional eligibility criteria to consider:
Before applying, please check the eligibility criteria to your right. Please also be sure to check below to see if your state slate is already filled. As a next step, please confirm your eligibility and state slate with the ECNPC Membership Officer at ecnpc.scn@gmail.com. All done? Then you are now clear to proceed with the application process!
To apply, please submit your complete application form, current curriculum vitae, and one letter of recommendation to the ECNPC Membership Officer at the email above. While your application is being reviewed, consider downloading and reviewing the in full the ECNPC Representative Primer. This is a handy guide we have created to help you get a good head start in your new role! If no opportunity is currently available, fear not! SCN also sponsors a volunteer program, and committee slots open up quite frequently. Here in SCN, we value recruiting new individuals into the organization.

Representative Directory

The ECNPC Representative Network is led and maintained by the SCN Early Career Neuropsychologist Committee, with the primary point person for all aspects being the ECNPC Membership Officer in particular. These are rotating positions, and the website is maintained to be as updated as possible. Below you can find information on all current state representatives. Please note that only states with current representatives are listed.

To view your state’s representative, please click on your state and the link should transport you to the representative’s information. To make initial contact with your representative, email the ECNPC who can review the request for appropriateness and facilitate the introduction.

Interested in serving as a representative? First, please check to see if your intended state is already represented in the ECNPC Representative Network. Next, please be sure to email the ECNPC Membership Officer to confirm that your state’s slate is indeed available for representation. You will then receive permission to proceed with applying.

Alabama

Sean Hollis, PhD
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, AL

Arizona

Danielle Eagan, PhD
Barrow Neurological Institute
Phoenix, AZ

Arkansas

Kristin Addison-Brown, PhD, ABPP
Northeast Arkansas Neuropsychology, LLC
Jonesboro, AR

California

Krista Freece, PhD, ABN
Kaiser Permanente
San Diego, CA

Illinois

Darrin Aase, PhD
Jesse Brown VA Medical Center
Chicago, IL

Iowa

Christopher Nguyen, PhD
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH
*Interim Iowa Representative

Kansas

Ryan Schroeder, PsyD, ABPP
The University of Kansas at Wichita
Wichita, KS

Kentucky

Rebecca Stilp, PhD
Norton Neuroscience Institute
Louisville, KY

Maryland

Christopher Cranston, PhD
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, MD

Massachusetts

Erica Kalkut, PhD, ABPP
Child & Family Psychological Services, PLLC
Norwood, MA

Michigan

Velisa Johnson, PhD
Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Grand Rapids, MI

Missouri

Phillip Ruppert, PhD, ABPP
Saint Louis University
St. Louis, MO

Nebraska

Pamela May, PhD
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE

New Jersey

Christine Ghliain, PhD, ABPP
Neuropsychology Associates of New Jersey
Morristown, NJ

New Mexico

Kristina Dumas, PhD
University of New Mexico Psychiatric Center
Albuquerque, NM

North Carolina

Joanna Peters, PsyD
Carolinas Rehabilitation
Charlotte, NC

Ohio

Christopher Nguyen, PhD
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH

Tennessee

Ciaran Considine, PhD
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN

Virginia

Scott Sperling, PsyD
The University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA

Washington

Carolyn Parsey, PhD
University of Washington School of Medicine
Seattle, WA

West Virginia

Michelle Hudson, PsyD, ABPP
Marshall University School of Medicine
Huntington, WV

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