As technology advances health care, the need for skilled, well-educated people to teach others is a necessity.
Delores Elder Jones oversees the day-to-day operations, which includes patient intake, compiling documents in compliance with Medicare rules and regulations.
Flowers earned her bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in Developmental (Child) Psychology from the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles.
Jeremy Smith who works at a Dallas FedEx Office as a center consultant says, “I love helping people show off their talents in a visual way. Now, I realize that I need a master’s degree to do what I really want to do – teach computer-aided graphic design.”
Erica Edwards is the lead faculty and program coordinator for journalism and student media at the Dallas County Community College District’s Richland College
In her role as assistant supervisor, Tamica Bedford oversees the transfer unit that monitors probationers that live in other counties.
By collaborating with hospital staff and community partners, Vidya Ayyr works to identify public health needs and establishes outreach programs to support hospital efforts.
It is the job of Dr. Sushma Aggarwal to make sure that the employees who work at Parkland Health & Hospital System have the skills, resources and learning experiences to build their career and provide the best patient care.
When a judge retired, then Governor Ann Richards appointed Lena Levario in 1993 to the 204th Judicial District Court of Dallas County, Texas.
As co-founder and President of Dallas-based Brattle Publishing, Richard Lena is in charge of developing and creating educational books.
Trudi Swedlund, Licensed Professor Counselor and Licensed Marriage, is a professor of English and speech communications at Richland College.
As a pediatric charge nurse in the emergency room at Medical City Dallas Hospital, Lana Cooper advised those returning to school, “If you are not willing to advance your scope of knowledge then you won’t be marketable.”