Executive Committee

The NCSPP Executive Committee

The NCSPP Executive Committee meets monthly to manage and guide the affairs of the organization. The eight-member committee includes the President, the Past President, the President-Elect, the Secretary-Treasurer, and the Chairs of the Disability Committee, the Ethnic and Racial Diversity Committee, the Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity Committee, and the Women’s Issues Committee. 
Leihua Edstrom, Ph.D., ABSNP


George Fox University
Doctor of Psychology Psy.D. Program
414 N. Meridian Street
Newberg, OR 97132

Telephone – 503-554-2386
Email – LEdstrom@georgefox.edu

Gilbert H. Newman, Ph.D.

Past President

The Wright Institute
2728 Durant Avenue
Berkeley, California 94704

Telephone – 510-841-9230
Email – gnewman@wi.edu

Ryan N. Sharma, Psy.D., ABPP


Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Program
Graduate School of Psychology
California Lutheran University
60 West Olsen Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

Telephone: 805-493-3056
Email: rnsharma@callutheran.edu

Suzanne Nortier Hollman, Psy.D.


The Institute for the Psychological Studies
Divine Mercy University
45154 Underwood Lane
Sterling, VA 20155

Telephone – 650-388-0992
Email – shollman.ips@divinemercy.edu

Jude Bergkamp, Psy.D..

Chair, Ethnic Racial Diversity Committee

Antioch University Seattle
School of Applied Psychology
2400 3rd Avenue, Suite #200
Seattle, WA 98121

Telephone – 360-790-2033
Email – jbergkamp@antioch.edu

Linda Baum, Ph.D

Chair, Women's Issues Committee

Regent University
1000 Regent University Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23464

Telephone – 757-352-4371
Email – lbaum@regent.edu

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Konjit V. Page, Ph.D.

Chair, SOGD Committee

Fielding Graduate University
Doctoral Faculty / Clinical Psychology
2020 De La Vina Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93105

Email – kpage@fielding.edu

David Sitzer, Ph.D.

Chair, Disability Committee

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
707 Wilshire Avenue, Suite #600
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Telephone – 213-615-7207
Email – dsitzer@thechicagoschool.edu


NCSPP is committed to developing psychology as a socially responsible science that has central role in improving our society.