Robert Rowen-Herzog, PhD
Board Member at Large
I have worked as a pediatric physical therapist for twenty-five years, most recently working with infants and families through North Bay Regional Center. I received my psychology doctorate from Meridian University to integrate the somatic, psycho-social and cultural-political milieus of families. I have garnered multi-cultural experience working in urban Philadelphia, Native American reservations and with a rural Latino population in New Mexico. I served as Director of the Justice Project and as the Managing Editor of the publication, Radical Grace, at the Center for Action and Contemplation, representing the organizations at local, state and national events. I have held appointments at several universities, including clinical staff at the University of New Mexico as part of a multi-disciplinary team traveling throughout the state. Finally, I have served on several boards, including Live Oak Waldorf Charter School and the Center for Promotion of Peace, integrating local and state issues and interests.