Women ODs happen to be in leadership positions this year with the American Optometric Association, the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry, the American Academy of Optometry and the National Optometric Association.
At three national organizations—the American Optometric Association, the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry and the American Academy of Optometry—women ODs happen to be in leadership positions this year.
In 1969, C. Clayton Powell, OD, and John L. Howlette, OD, met with a select group of African American optometrists in Richmond, Virginia.
Barbara Horn, OD, a diplomate in the American Board of Optometry, recalls that in her very first week as a student at Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University, she needed a subject she could discuss for 10 minutes.
Just a few weeks after the birth of her third child, Jennie Zolman, OD, FCOVD, her husband and their family made the trip from Charleston, South Carolina, to Davie, Florida.
Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Optometry (UABSO) Elizabeth Steele, OD, has a passion for education that extends beyond optometry students…
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