Lisa M. Hemlick, PhD, Director
Dr. Hemlick, a licensed psychologist, has provided psychological services in a variety of college, hospital, and community settings. In addition to her administrative duties, she counsels students, works with students with disabilities, and teaches and supervises the CCAS counseling interns. She holds a BS in Psychology, an MS in Student Personnel and a PhD in Counseling Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University.
Thelma Lunsford-Gray, MS, MDiv, Tutorial Coordinator
Rev. Lunsford-Gray oversees the CCAS tutorial program, teaches developmental reading to EQUIP students, and implements accommodations for students with learning differences. Before coming to Eastern, she served as a public school teacher and a reading specialist in the Lower Merion School District, working primarily with students with learning differences. She received her BA in Education from Shaw University, her MA in Human Resources from Villanova University and her MDiv from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (now Palmer Seminary of Eastern University).
John Nordlof, PhD, Writing Specialist
Dr. Nordlof trains and supervises the Writing Assistants who staff Eastern’s Writing Center, teaches developmental writing to EQUIP students, and serves as adjunct professor of English in the English Department. Having received his PhD in English from the University of Delaware, Dr. Nordlof has taught composition and literature at a variety of schools; his most recent post was as assistant professor of English at Regis College in Weston, Massachusetts.
Calvin T. Skinner, MDiv, Act 101 Counselor
Rev. Skinner lived in various parts of the country, from New York to Tennessee, before coming to PA. He received his BS in Communications from the University of Tennessee. Upon graduation, he entered Palmer Theological Seminary where he earned a MDiv. Rev. Skinner has worked in various roles in church, school and parish settings. Most recently, he served as program director for a youth resource ministry, Brotherly Love Urban Youth Services, Inc., in Philadelphia. Rev. Skinner enjoys endeavors that promote personal growth, and sharing time with family and friends.
Diane Moore, MS, LPC, Counselor
Diane Moore is employed full-time as a Licensed Professional Counselor with Eastern University’s Cushing Center for Counseling and Academic Support (CCAS). She meets by appointment with students in the school of Arts and Sciences for intake evaluations, routine and crisis counseling, group therapy, and referrals for psychological and substance abuse needs beyond the scope of CCAS services. Diane integrates Christian faith with psychotherapy in keeping with the University’s mission for excellence in student formation.
She holds an MS degree in Counseling and Human Systems from Florida State University and is a longstanding member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. She has worked in private psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals, for national Managed Care and Health Maintenance Organizations and in Christian Private Practice prior to joining Eastern University’s staff in 2005.