What I do now:
I’m an Administrative Coordinator at University Health Shreveport and a student in the MBA Program at LSUS.
My work/job consists of:
Scheduling patient appointments, coordinating departmental meetings, correspondence with outside facilities for patient referrals and information
How I got to LSUS (or why I chose LSUS):
Shreveport was my area of interest and my sister lived here and liked it.
Fond memories of LSUS:
The Rotaract Club “Black Tie or Not” Ball
LSUS faculty who helped me:
Mr. Wayne Hogue has inspired me beyond all others, but I base my success on ALL the faculty I encountered, especially those in the Business building.
What the LSUS Alumni Association Scholarship meant to me:
It meant my key to success!
How LSUS helped me succeed:
By providing an affordable education.
Advice to college-bound students:
Never stop learning!
Advice to someone who wants to enter my field:
Have passion for it or choose something else!
Tips on choosing a major or career:
Choose something you enjoy doing.
My toughest professional challenge:
Finding a job I love
My toughest personal challenge:
Successes (honors, awards, etc.) in my life:
Deans’ and Chancellor’s Lists many times; LSUS Lead Corps Charter member; Leadership Certificate
I’ve learned this from life:
Surround yourself with good people.
What I’d be doing if I had all the time in the world:
Helping others find more joy in their lives by overcoming their day-to-day struggles.