Our Vision is two-fold

“We believe that small organizations have the flexibility to address critical 21st century issues. We believe in the butterfly effect that even a small change can result in a large impact.”

— Dr. Richard H. Wexler

Executive Board of Directors

Suzanne Roff, PhD

President and Co-Founder

Suzanne Roff, PhD — President and Co-Founder

Suzanne Roff-Wexler has a diverse and accomplished career as a psychologist, organizational consultant, executive coach, educator, author and now founder/president of Psychology21C, Inc. She received her PhD in Counseling Psychology from New York University and an MPS in Administration from the Milano Graduate School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy.

 

Richard H. Wexler, PhD

Co-Founder (2009 - 2014)

Richard H. Wexler, PhD - Co-Founder (2009 - 2014)

Richard H. Wexler strongly believed that the future of psychology depends on developing the current and next generation of professionals.  He is remembered as a visionary who encouraged the evolution of psychological studies and research to increase the relevance of professional psychology by creating job opportunities for psychologists in different practice areas. In addressing emerging and evolving 21st century issues, he also remained loyal to scientific roots.

Loretta L. Donovan

Co-Executive Director

Loretta L. Donovan - Co-Executive Director

Loretta Donovan has been a cutting edge contributor to organizational development and strategic learning. Her insightful perspective comes from a wealth of experience as an executive, consultant and researcher. As CLO she oversaw organization and leadership development, performance management, employee engagement, regulatory and clinical training in the IT, human services and healthcare sectors.

Andrew D. Horvitz, PhD

Co-Executive Director

Andrew D. Horvitz, PhD - Co-Executive Director

Andrew Horvitz is an educator and researcher who has held positions in higher education, government, non-profits, and IT services. He writes and currently teaches at SUNY New Paltz about contemporary social issues positioned at the intersection of politics, culture, technology, and globalization. Andrew earned a BA in Political Science and Sociology, and a PhD in Sociology from the University at Albany, SUNY.

Advisory Board

Ivana Schnur, MD, PhD

Ivana Schnur, MD, PhD

Ivana Schnur is an accomplished physician, researcher and psychologist with extensive experience in the design of clinical protocols, clinical user interface, virtual and mobile technology applications in group or individual clinical settings. She began her career in the field of clinical pharmacology and pain management researching the effects of pain on quality of life at Harvard Medical School and Georgetown University. Her quality of life research centered on the therapeutic uses of film and digital media with an emphasis on the transformative role of film in palliative care. Dr. Schnur earned her medical degree from Charles University and PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology.

Jean Lau Chin, EdD, ABPP

Jean Lau Chin, EdD, ABPP

Jean Lau Chin is Professor at Adelphi University in New York. Dr. Chin is distinguished as an educator, administrator, clinician and scholar. She has held senior management positions as: Dean, Derner Institute for Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University; System Wide Dean, California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University; President, CEO Services; Regional Director, Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership; Executive Director, South Cove Community Health Center; and Co-Director, Thom Child Guidance Clinic.

Affilitates

Ryan Ewers, MA

Ryan Ewers, MA

Ryan Ewers, is an industrial/organizational professional whose approach to life and work is greatly influenced by positive and transpersonal psychology. He spent his early career in research and development creating strength-based psychometric assessments and applications. More recently, he has consulted with academic, public and private sector organizations, where he is a thought partner in the innovation and organizational development spaces. He received his BA in Psychology and History from Wesleyan and his MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Iona College.

Ira S. Richman, PhD

Ira S. Richman, PhD

Ira S. Richman is a consultant and business leader with a significant track record of bringing high value talent management solutions to financial services, pharmaceutical, and manufacturing firms. As President of Richman Associates, LLC., he specializes in developing competency- based performance development systems for clients. He received his MA and PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Case Western Reserve University.

Harold Takooshian, PhD

Harold Takooshian, PhD

Harold Takooshian is a professor of Psychology and Urban Studies and director of the Organizational Leadership Program at Fordham University. He is also a researcher, consultant, and he was a US Fulbright Scholar to Russia. He was past-president of the American Psychology Association (APA) Division of International Psychology, APA representative with the United Nations (2003-2008); and chair of NGO Habitat Committee on Human Settlements (2008-2010). He received his PhD in Psychology from the CUNY Graduate Center, studying with Dr. Stanley Milgram.

Psychology21C, Inc. is a non-profit (501c3) organization owning the registered trademark to Psychology21C®, its website and research arm.