Kirk Rowe, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.
Air Force Lt. Col. (Ret.) Kirk L. Rowe currently serves as a neuropsychologist at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base hospital in the School of Aerospace Medicine as part of the Operational Support Team (OST). He spent 14 of his 24 years on active duty at Wright-Patterson and was the Clinical Psychology Training Director for nine years. Lt Col Rowe has always had an eye for preventative health. In 2006, he became interested in the impact of childhood obesity and how obesity has impacted the mission of the Air Force. He created a Wingman Day brief at Misawa Air Base to help address negative trends of technology use on interpersonal relationships in 2008. Lt Col Rowe has been an invited guest speaker for Martin Luther King Day, the 2010 commencement address for his alma mater, Lincoln University, talks about the psychology of climate change and energy, and speaks quarterly at the OST workshop on the issue of embedded care and the challenges of too much mental health need.