Dysfunctional family dynamics is DFW CEO Kay Smith’s expertise and her educational pursuits helped her become an expert in the field.
Deborah Stabell-Tran was diagnosed with Kawasaki disease, which gave her the motivation to overcome and turn her personal experiences into a career to help others in Dallas.
DFW Risk Reduction Specialist Marie Camacho, knows an advanced degree will help her achieve the next step in her career path.
With increased population growth that is not limited to urban areas, there is an ever-growing need for essential services.
Continuing education allowed one Dallas woman to launch the career she wanted.
The health care field in the DFW area is alive and well. As such, nurses are in constant demand to take care of those who have fallen ill.
A new study released today shows women in Texas are 1.2 percent more likely to live in poverty than a man, and generally makes $9,158 less per year than her male counterpart.
World traveler Chris Spivey worked as a salesman for a large corporation, but wanted to move up to management. He sought an advanced degree which did the trick.
Fueled by the excitement of the field and a drive to make people feel safer, Amanda Edirimanasinghe continues to learn more in the criminal justice field.
Christina Steinorth-Powell worked as an administrative assistant, but really wanted to become a full-time writer. Education was the key to her career change.
With a foundation in business and marketing, Jordan Morrison found a unique master’s degree program that propelled her forward in her career.
Southern Methodist University educator Sharon A. Harris shares her story about education’s role in her career.