Bradley J. Daniels, Ph.D., ABPP
Bradley J. Daniels, Ph.D., ABPP (Brad, for short) graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Central Florida in 2003. He soon relocated to Gainesville after being accepted into the Doctoral program in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Florida. He received his Master of Science degree in Psychology in 2005 and continued on with his Doctoral pursuits, receiving his Ph.D. in 2011. His graduate work focused primarily on Clinical Neuropsychology. In 2010, he completed an APA-accredited Neuropsychology internship offered through the University of Alabama Birmingham’s Psychology Internship Training Consortium, and went on to complete an APA-accredited 2-year Postdoctoral Residency in Rehabilitation Psychology at the Tampa VA Hospital in Tampa, Florida. After completing training and obtaining his Florida Psychology license, he began work in October 2012 as a Rehabilitation Neuropsychologist with Orlando Health. He holds specialty board certification in the field of Rehabilitation Psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). He also greatly enjoys teaching and has taught Psychology courses as an Adjunct Professor at various institutions continuously since 2006. In addition, Brad has been happily married to his wife Tiffany since 2008. He currently lives in Orlando with his wife and their rambunctious dogs, Jack Daniels and Chase Daniels.
Angela M. Kuemmel, Ph.D., ABPP
Angela Kuemmel, Ph.D., ABPP, was recently awarded a Presidential Citation for her exceptional leadership of and advocacy for early career psychologists (ECPs), and was also awarded the Early Career Psychologist Diversity Award through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP), the first time ABPP has recognized disability as an aspect of diversity. To quote from the APA website regarding her Presidential Citation:
"Kuemmel embodies the empowerment of underrepresented groups. A superb leader, she tirelessly advocates for issues relevant to ECPs of diverse backgrounds. In her multiple leadership roles in APA’s Div. 22 (Rehabilitation Psychology) she has revitalized student recruitment and training and contributed to novel programming. As an educator she has brought attention to the issues of cultural sensitivity and diversity. Her thoughtful input on disability competencies has earned significant praise from distinguished colleagues. As the Public Interest representative on the APA Committee on Early Career Psychologists, she has been instrumental in creating roles for ECPs in APA leadership and has supported the landmark policy to include ECPs on all governance committees. Through her innovative program ideas and enthusiastic engagement with ECPs, she has motivated ECPs to dream big for themselves. Her unwavering commitment to improved visibility and change for underrepresented groups makes her a significant contributor to APA and the field."
So yeah, she's pretty much amazing. She also is a die-hard Green Bay Packers fan, but has yet to acknowledge that Aaron Rodgers is a better quarterback than her hero Brett Favre.