I have had the privilege to interview The Senior Chief Nurse Administrator/Health Research Analyst of the James A. Haley VA Medical Center. Dr. Jola Massengale Worked as a Registered Nurse for over twenty years, and in 2011 she earned her doctorate in Nursing Health Administration. Short after her graduation, she was promoted to Chief of Nursing Research, and two years later, she became the Senior Chief Nurse Administrator/Health Research Analyst. She was chosen for this interview because, in 2016, she was one of the key leaders to revamp the way the organization conducted their Las strategic planning process. Although the meeting was scheduled for one hour, it only lasted thirty minutes since Dr. Massengale was called away by the Hospital
On May 11 she returned to duty, and a week later was sent to the Army Air Forces Redistribution Station No.2, at Miami Beach, Florida, where after another medical assessment her flying status was suspended on the grounds of recurrent headaches. Reba served as a ward nurse at the AAF Regional and Air Debarkation Hospital, Hamilton Field, California, from June 15, 1945. On August 3, 1945 she married Lieutenant-Colonel Stanley W. Tobiason at Hamilton Field, and then applied to be released from active duty. On August 31, 1945, she appeared before a Disposition Board which determined her to be fully qualified for military service. Her orders stated, "Relief from Active Duty is not by reason of physical disability."
Currently, she is an assistant professor in the occupational therapy program at her alma mater, Washington University. She teaches an introductory course on assistive technology, along with mentoring students and conducting research. Kerri lives in a home in St. Louis with her wife Morgan and service dog Twix. Disability Kerri was diagnosed with transverse myelitis at the age
Sandra Armenta is from Sacramento California. She moved to Eastern Boise when she was a teenager. She experienced a lot of racism in Rexburg Idaho. She joined CAMP and got a bachelor in social work and a minor in Spanish. She started working at micron business management.
David Bornstein promotes The Blue Star Families support group in his editorial titled, “Bonds That Combat the Isolation of Military Life.” In it Bornstein reveals the hardships which military families face and highlights the ways Blue Star helps these families. Bornstein begins with a testimony from one of the many military mothers that the organization has helped, Amanda Yeram. Yeram joined the marines when she was 17, following her boyfriend’s enlistment. Eventually, Yeram left after marrying and giving birth to a son. Soon after, her husband James was reassigned and they were relocated to China Lake, CA.
Zsaia Elyse Nelson was born in San Jose, California, located in the southern region of the San Fransisco Bay Area. Here she attended private school from kindergarten through 10th grade before transferring into an independent studies program that would allow her more flexibility and freedom to travel with her father in her final years of high school. Prior to her moving out to Arizona for college, she busied herself with various community outreach organizations that included Second Harvest Food Bank, Sacred Heart, and Operation Matthew; all of which focused on giving back to the community, helping those in need, and going green. As a Freshman Student at Arizona State University, Zsaia is pursuing an Undergraduate Business Degree with a concentration
Molly Ivins was born in Monterey, California in 1944. Her family moved a year after to Houston, Texas where she was raised (Reader 7). While she attends high school, she interns for the Houston Chronicles and is assigned to the Complaint Department (Reader 9). It is in this department that Ivins ' recognizes what customers are interested in reading—what attracts readers, what they expect from journalists’ and their articles (Reader 10). Eventually, Ivins gets a job as a police reporter for the Minneapolis Tribune.
She found herself moving around the country often, spending months at a time without her husband. Naturally, most of her time was spent with her children: Beth, Arkansas; and Bill, a member of Pi Kappa Phi at the University of California, Berkeley. No matter where the family lived, there was always a welcoming Kappa alumnae association. Just as in her collegiate days when Betty served as Marshal, Membership Chairman and President of her chapter, she continued active engagement in alumnae associations. Through the years, she served as a member of House Board at the University of Southern California, chapter adviser at the University of Maryland, Province Director of Chapters, an original Regional Director of Alumnae, member of the Ethics and Values Task Force, Director of Alumnae and member of the Board of Trustees of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation.
Nancy is an employee at USAMRIID when the Ebola Reston virus breaks out. She had been doing work there as a Biosafety level 4 worker, meaning she dealt with deadly, incurable viruses, before the outbreak. Nancy aids with the outbreak to analyze the virus, and her husband leads the team of individuals tasked
I write this letter on behalf of Levi Johnson in support of his desire to pursue the profession of a Physician Assistant. I have spent one on one time with this United States Army Veteran serving war time and peacetime unselfishly. I too am a U.S. Navy Veteran starting my career in the year of 1986 as a Hospital Corpsman for twelve years. In 1995 I achieved my degree as a Physician Assistant followed by a Direct Commission to the rank of Officer serving ten more years. During my time serving with the U.S. Navy I was in the role of war time and peacetime as a Corpsman and as a Physician Assistant.
Robert W. Straub was born in San Francisco, California on May 6, 1920. He received his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science degrees in Business Administration at Dartmouth College. During World War II, Straub served as a second lieutenant in the United States Army. Eventually in 1994, he married his wife Pat, who was influential during his governor years, and had five children. Him and his wife moved to Oregon in 1946 and Straub eventually became a builder and developer in Eugene.
The Davidson Family is comprised of husband and wife Cliff and Michelle Davidson, sons, Ndiaye and Jeremiah, and twin daughters Destiny and Danielle residing in Providence, RI. Ndiaye is currently serving his country as a soldier in the Army. Jeremiah (7) is in the second grade at Achievement First Mayor Academy while Destiny and Danielle (4) are enjoying Pre-K at Pleasant View Elementary School. For the past 12 years, Cliff continues to serve as an educator, coach, mentor and tutor in urban communities. Michelle is a graduate of Hope High School here in Providence and serves the state of Rhode Island, primarily its urban sectors, as an agent of empowerment cultivating healthy homeownership since 2001.
Muriel Gobea is a recent graduate of Parlier High School and a current Youth Advisory Board Member to the California Health Collaborative. Ms. Gobea has served on the Performing Above the High Youth Advisory Board for 4 years, while also serving as a Youth Representative on the Fresno County Marijuana Prevention Advisory Board. She has advised program efforts and has advocated extensively for the inclusion of youth in decisions surrounding youth prevention programming. Ms. Gobea also participated as a youth member to her local Champions for Change Project and aided to commence a community revitalization project in the community of Parlier. Ms. Gobea is skilled as a Youth Trainer and Peer Counselor and has conducted several countywide youth
I see my dad every now and then. My grandmother raised me since I was little, she is more like a mother to me. I was born in Odessa, Tx on February 9, 1993. I started elementary school at Noel, then I went to Crockett Jr High School. After that I graduated Odessa High School.
It is an unfortunate recourse of warfare. Introduction I am currently an Anti-Armor Platoon Sergeant in Dealer Company 1-506th Infantry Regiment “CURRAHEE”. I joined the Army in August of 2001, and have served this great nation for almost 14 years in a wide assortment duty positions. I began my career in 2nd Infantry Division Long Range Surveillance Detachment as a Scout Observer. My next duty assignment was the 101st Pathfinder Company, 6-101 Aviation Regiment, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault).