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Jerry Charley
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Phyllis Clay
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Personal, Professional, and Self-Development Coaching; Spirit Journeys and Visioning Retreats; 
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Currently, I am a Harvard Strategic Data Project Fellow (with the Center for Education Policy Research at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. In the last year, I have guided two journeys to Assisi (Journey to the Self in the Landscape of Frances and Clare), spiritual (as opposed to religious) adventures using the multi-layered landscape of Assisi to explore and deepen the call/invitation of self, weaving together experiences of the many special aspects of Assisi, journaling, expressive arts and dialogue to discover and deepen ths call. On the horizon, Journey to the Self in the Land of the Standing Stones and Stone Circles (British Isles); Journey to the Self in Land of the Weavers (Guatemala). I am also facilitating week-long depth workshops on Emotional Intelligence and Human Relations Training. In August 2011, I graduated with a second Ph.D. (in psychology). My dissertation topic was Understanding the Experience of Individuals who Believe They Are Mentored by Someone Who is no Longer Living. It was an engrossing study for me!! My days are spent doing research and evaluation for the Albuquerque Public Schools. I have recently been endorsed by the Heart of the Healer Foundation as a teacher in the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition, a blending of two curanderismo traditions from the Peruvian Andes). Recent growth focus has been enabled by participation in the Priestess Process and the Magdalene Mysteries (each intensive 9-month processes including 6 on-site weekends), I moved to Albuquerque shortly after our last reunion. I had fallen in love with the land and had been caring for some land in the beautiful Jemez Mountains for a number of years. The man with whom I am married (Stephen Mandeville) and I have been competitive amateur ballroom dancers, having the privilege of studying with amazing coaches and competing in the premier competition in the world (Blackpool Dance Festival). With Steve still in Kansas City (teaching science in the NKC district-for one final year), and me in Albuquerque, our dancing has atrophied in skill, but not in delight! Prior to moving to Albuquerque, I directed the Research and Evaluation Team at the Kansas State Department of Education (2006-2009), owned and operated research/evaluation consulting companies (Youth Policy Research Group and Synthesis International, Inc. 1995-2007) and Coordinated the Research and Evaluation Team at the Kansas City, Missouri School District at the height of the magnet school era in the district (1987-1995). Prior to moving back to Kansas City I did leadership consulting, primarily in California; served as Associate Regional Minister for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Colorado and Wyoming - the denomination of Country Club Christian Church (on Ward Parkway) and Community Christian Church (the white Frank Lloyd Wright-built church on the Plaza); served congregations in Maryland and did research for the National Committee for Citizens in Education in Columbia, MD.; studied theology at Denver Seminary and Midwestern (M.Div - 1977); taught at Wheelock College (Boston); worked for Education Commission of the States (Denver); studied for my 1st Ph.D. (in research and evaluation) at The Ohio State University; worked for the Dallas Independent School District (Research Department, teaching early childhood), while simultaneously studying for an MA in Early Childhood Education at Texas Womens University; taught kindergarten in Okinawa for the Department of Defense Overseas Dependent Schools); went to and graduated from Wheaton College (IL, 1962-1966). It has been a wonderful time for me since our graduation, full of many opportunities for growth, wonderful relationships, and expansion of who I am and how I view the world. I am grateful for the solid foundation provided at SWHS for launching us onto our individual and diverse journeys! Best: Concert Choir...choir...choir! Indian Belles, Madrigal Singers, senior assembly, the Ozark 5, playing Huguette in Vagabond King (singing LOVE for SALE); Miss Guyer reading Greek tragedy; Miss Anderson pounding on the desk to our chorus of Hic, Haec, Hoc (I could complete the desk-pounding ritual, but I will resist); looking for vocabulary words in specified journals for Mr. Sanders class (I learned adipose tissue and think of our 50 words a week every time I hear/think adipose). Worst: leaving physics class (a class I had been eagerly looking forward to since 8th grade) after two miserable days of off-color jokes and put downs of girls by the teacher. The only other girl in the class left after the first day.
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Randy Clemmons
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Jim Cumming
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Retired 1 daughter 1 After graduating from Southwest, my family moved to Piedmont, CA. I attended the U. of California at Berkeley, graduating in July, 1966 with a B.S. in Business Administration. While at Cal, I was a member of Chi Phi Fraternity and the Cal Judo team.I also enjoyed playing ice hockey for four years in a loosely organized semi-professional league. I also participated in Army ROTC, and was commissioned a second lieutenant. My initial assignment was with the Army's 101st Airborne Division. On July 1,1967, I married Judy LaSalle in suburban Minneapolis, and we began our adventures that have lasted more than 45 wonderful years of marriage. In November, 1967, 12,000 of us paratroopers deployed to Viet Nam for 12 months of "Fun in the Sun". This began a 20 year career as an Army officer, with Field Artillery and personnel management assignments at Ft. Bragg, NC; Korea; Ft. Leavenworth, KS; the Pentagon; Germany; and Washington, DC. In addition to my military duties, I was able to complete an MBA program from the U of Utah. One of my favorite assigments was in the Pentagon, on the Army Staff. I helped develop and managed the Army's recruiting advertising campaign "Be All You Can Be". Throughout my Army career, I continued to teach the martial arts of judo and hapkido to Soldiers and military family members. I retired in July, 1987 as a Lieutenant Colonel, and began my second career as a government contractor. With technology evolving so rapidly, I enrolled in another master's program, obtaining an M.S. in Systems Management from Florida Institute of Technology. Providing consulting services to Federal government agencies was challenging, yet rewarding, especially managing 150 employees in my division. After 24 years in my second career, I decided it was time to retire again so in February, 2011, I bid farewell to the World of Work. My wife, Judy, and I are enjoying our retirement in northern VA, devoting our time to volunteer pursuits such as the Wounded Warrior Program, playing golf, enjoying fitness activities and martial arts, and travel. The worst memory was of summer football practice twice daily during the hot, humid days before school began. The second worst memory was being not being able to play ice hockey during my last 2 years of high school, after growing up and playing the game for years in Minnesota. Best memories involve some really wonderful classmates I became friends with during my two years at Southwest.Hal Klee and Greg Curtis really made me feel welcome when I moved to Kansas City in July, 1960.They were great guys!
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