Dallas Senior Director Shares Her Path To Earning Her Master's"The biggest reward from earning my master's was the sense of accomplishment I had when it was completed," says Darcy Wessinger, Senior Director of the Heart Center at Children's Health.
Dallas PD Major Says Master’s Degree Improves Critical Thinking"The biggest reward (beside the experience and the friendships that I formed with my cohort members) was gaining knowledge and confidence as a critical thinker in a field of highly intelligent and capable leaders," says Major Max Geron.
Dallas Psychiatry Professor Finds Reward In Helping Others"The biggest reward is being invited into someone’s life and having the opportunity to positively impact the trajectory of their future," says Dr. Meredith Chapman.
Deputy Chief Of Police Says A Degree Will Increase Personal Growth"I am able to help citizens, co-workers, friends and family with life issues. It isn’t about giving them the answer; it is about helping them find the right answer for themselves," says Deputy Chief Shead.
Higher Degree Helps Dallas Licensed Professional Counselor Fulfill His Passion"I pursued a doctorate in counseling because I wanted to help people improve their lives and their marriages," says Dr. Don Hayes.
'Stay Your Course' Encourages Dallas Director Of Patient Safety"Stay the course no matter how challenging it may be. The end result will be worth it." Dr. Tracy B. Chamblee encourages others to pursue higher education.
Dallas Executive Says Master’s Degree Helps With Life Changes"As a human resources leader, consultant and entrepreneur, the [master's] degrees gave me the added value for executive leadership and strengthen my business acumen," says Dexter Coleman.
Master's Degree Is Key For Opportunities, Suggests Dallas Nursing StudentElise Shankle decided to pursue a master’s degree in nursing because I saw the need of health promotion and disease prevention in my community.
Fort Worth Police Officer Bets On His Future With A Master’s Degree"I want to give back to a career field that has made me the person I am today. I want to give perspectives to the future professionals of the criminal justice system," says Lavigne.
Dallas Doctor Relies On Her Education To Help Patients In NeedIndividuals suffering from eating disorders are often misunderstood. I have the opportunity to spread education about these individuals.
Jobs In Criminal Justice Are On The Rise In DallasKeeping citizens in the Metroplex safe is of utmost importance to city leaders. As the Metroplex continues to grow at a rate higher than the national average, jobs in criminal justice and security are also on the rise.
Going Back To School Launched A New Career For Non-Profit CounselorJanet Anselmo-Henson worked in criminal justice managing six different chemical dependency treatment programs. After 20 years in that field, she decided to go back to school and earn a master’s degree in community counseling from Argosy University.