Demographic Kerri Morgan is a forty-three-year-old woman who lives in St. Louis, Missouri. Kerri was born in New York, and at a young age her family relocated to St. Louis. St. Louis is unique, for the reason that it has the Special School system. Upon arrival, Kerri’s parents fought hard to have her attend a mainstream school. In the end, her parents won the battle and Kerri attended a mainstream school throughout her primary and secondary education.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor was born on June 25th 1954 in the South Bronx area of New York to parents Juan and Celina Baez Sotomayor. Her parents who were of Puerto Rican descent moved their family to New York for a better opportunity for their children. Her parents worked hard to make a living her mother was a nurse a methadone clinic and her father worked with his hands and the family lived modestly within their means. Justice Sotomayor was diagnosed with type one diabetes at the age of seven and began taking insulin shot’s, shortly after her father died in 1963 when she was nine, leaving her mother as a single parent, during her upbringing her mother Celina placed a huge emphasis on the importance of education, pushing her children to become
She had left to stay in Europe where she had assisted in a birth control clinic. When she returned to the United States, she had decided to open up her first Birth Control Clinic which only lasted 10 days in Brownsville district of Brooklyn. She was then arrested for giving out contraceptives in 1917. However, by then many people were already aware of Margaret Sanger and her contraceptive movement and she got a lot of support from women. They were all starting to become more informed about their pregnancy options which gave them control over their bodies.
Mary Parenti is 12 years old, who scored 87 in the IQ. The year she was born, her family emigrated to New York. Her family owns a restaurant and where her both parents work. This little girl should have a kidney transplant because she is a genius and she might innovate something. Thus, the community should invest in her.
Then attended Mount Holyoke College. She received her BA in 1902 and joined the Nationals’ Consumers League. Which is an organization that worked to abolish child labor and the sweatshop system. She was unable to hold her dream job in New York as a family visitor with the Charity Organization Society in New York City. Therefore, she taught at an all girls’ school in New England.
Dr. Jennifer Walden is a dedicated surgeon that has provided treatment to thousands of people over her career. The fact is that Walden was destined for a high profile medical career from the start. Her parents were in the medical industry. Therefore, Dr. Walden received early exposure to the type of dedication and caring required to pursue a medical career. Even a well-meaning teacher thought that the young Jennifer had the hands of a surgeon.
On January 11 1885, a beautiful young girl named Alice Paul was born. Her mother Tacie Paul was one of the first women to attend college. Tacie would have finished but she dropped out and she spent her final year marrying William Paul. William Paul is Alice’s father who is a successful business and community man. Alice loves to read and remembers going to suffrage meetings with her mother when she was young.
Margaret Bourke-White was born on June 24,1904, to Joseph and Minnie White in Bronx, New York. As a young child Margaret was brought into this world as one of the white’s three offspring. Her father was an engineer who valued photography and all that it could capture; whereas, her mother defied stereotypes and became one of the few women ,during that time, to have an education. Graduating from Plainfield High School in Union City, Bourke disregarded her photographic interests and attended Columbia university to study herpetology. There was a brief lapse in time where Bourke showed no interest in photography after her father’s passing in 1922.
Jospehine English of New York did with her patients. Dr. English, who was one of the first black female OB GYN spent a little over a decade of her profession working as a practicing physician for Harlem Hospital before starting her own Women’s Community Health Clinic in Bushwick, NY in 1958. Dr. English who was raised in Englewood, New Jersey, graduated from Hunter College and earned her medical degree from Meharry Medical College where she was one of just 13 women who were seeking out medical degrees. Most men were off fighting World War II which gave Dr. English an advantage of becoming a noted OB GYN. She served the elite, and became very popular through word of mouth.
I am writing this letter on behalf of Quentin Goodman, an incoming high school senior who is looking to volunteer at NYU Langone Medical Center, Center for Musculoskeletal Care (CMC), Physical Therapy Department located on 333 East 38th Street, New York, NY 10016. NYU CMC Physical Therapy Supervisor, Dr. James Koo is a professional and personal friend of mine and he gave Quentin your contact information and a tour of the clinic. The reason Quentin wants to become a physical therapist is because his sister, Camille, has had several surgeries when she was younger. He was able to have a first-hand look at how much a physical therapist could impact someone’s life. Camille had to undergo yet another surgery in the summer of 2016, and Quentin was again able to see how different her life would have been without the help of physical therapy.
The medical field has been forever changed,thanks to a young woman named Elizabeth Holmes. She is the founder and CEO of Theranos. While she was studying at Stanford, Holmes was awarded a stipend to start a research program. Due to the unfortunate death of her uncle, she together with her college professor, created Theranos. Holmes created a way to collect blood with just a finger prick.
“Nothing in the world is so compelling to the emotions as the mind of another human being,” stated Margaret Flow Washburn. Washburn was an important figure in the discovery of psychology. She was the first women to receive her Ph.D. in Phycology. It took Washburn many years to accomplish her goals, but when she did she made history. According to goodtherapy.org, Margaret began college at the early age of 16, attending Vasser College in Poughkeepsie, New York.
The Fantastic Voyage Growing up the human body always fascinated me and it is no surprise that I decided early on that a career in the medical field was my true calling in life. Upon graduating high school, I joined the U.S. Navy and chose Hospital Corpsman as a beginning path of study. I knew it would expand my studies and knowledge of the human body and in particular Anatomy and Physiology and The Immune System. I had no idea that it would eventually propel me to the tip of the spear in medical research. The seven years of clinical work and extensive study under the best and brightest doctors the U.S. Navy had to offer fed my hunger to not only learn as much as I could about the human body and immunology but it also sparked a desire to use that knowledge to change the way we understand the process in which our body fights off disease and infection.
I 'm Armando Leon a 46-year-old Cuban doctor, arrived at USA in January-2016 with my family to achieve a better future and my challenge is working and study to be a nurse. In 2013 we were in Cuba, my wife Eglis work like a nurse and my son Rey wanted to study cybernetic but wish our salary the life in Cuba was difficult to make a decorative life we don 't have money to buy a house, car, also to go on vacations outside our country so we planning to migrate to Ecuador in november-2013. In Ecuador I work very hard at university and my wife work in government hospital but we had a difficult situation with Rey school we think that the best decisions were coming to USA. When we arrived here We were worried, Rey needs study very hard to make high levels of professionalism bicause are essential in the future, my wife will study to make a nursing board and I have to find a work to earn money to buy food, medicines, clothes and pay the nurse school To study nurse and work without distractions from personal problems means a good planning time, study in the afternoon and find a part-time job in the morning but to pay the books rent house, internet connection and uniform I need to find a good job, My family is very happy now Because my son is learning different language also my wife are spiking English at work and Know different persons with different cultures such as Asian, Russian so we are improving professionals skills.