Dr. Gina Loudon

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Dr. Gina Loudon

Gina Loudon, MA., MA., Ph.D. is a bestselling author, anchor, columnist, show host, and frequent news commentator. Gina Loudon grew up close to the Ozark mountains in Missouri. In school, she enjoyed cheerleading and dance, especially Hula and Tahitian dancing, and she studied in Hawaii. She remains an avid water and snow skier. From an early age, her father, a leftist dentist and inventor, debated political issues with her, which may have led to her career as a political talk show host.

Gina studied design, communications, and psychology in undergrad where she earned the first of four degrees, this one, in psychology.

Her first master’s degree was in Counseling (Magna Cum Laude) through the Education Department at St. Louis University.

She went on to earn her MA in Human Development from Fielding Graduate University, where she combined her passion for mental health as it relates to organizations and business. Then she completed her study of how humans change and grow through the lifespan with her Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems, achieving top grades, and studying at Fielding Graduate University under her dissertation committee chair, Marie Farrell (EdD, MPH, RN, FAAN, ACC), adjunct Professor at Harvard University.