Alumni Update: Where are they now?
September 25, 2014
Jennifer Arnold PA-C HU ’97; DU ‘04, has been named an assistant professor of Physician Assistant Studies at Misericordia University in Dallas, Pennsylvania.
Gordon Lee, PA-C, ’10, was promoted to Clinical Director of the Family Healthcare Network (FHCN). In this capacity, Lee oversees the FHCN's Porterville, Springville and Terra Bella Health Centers in California. He previously practiced family medicine at FHCN's Porterville Health Center for five years.
Carolyn Baty Martin, RN, HU ’57, and her husband, Bishop Thomas Martin of the Mount Olive Holy Temple in North Philadelphia, were profiled in an article in the Philadelphia Tribune. Several times a week, Martin and her husband dedicate their time to preparing meals through the church's feeding program for the City's needy. The couple, who have been married for 57 years, has contributed their time and resources to three congregations during the past 40 years.
David Pinkerton, HU ’93, was appointed Clinic Director at ATI Physical Therapy in Georgetown, Delaware.
LeeAnn Thill, MCAT ’04, was hired as an assistant professor of Creative Arts Therapy at West Liberty University. Thill is a registered board-certified art therapist, Pennsylvania licensed professional counselor, and active artist. She is in private practice and previously taught art therapy at Holy Family University in Philadelphia. She has provided services for at-risk children, people with Alzheimer’s disease, and adults receiving inpatient psychiatric care. She is currently completing a doctoral degree in expressive therapies at Lesley University in Boston.
Tanae A. Traister, MSN ’12, was appointed a full-time nursing instructor at Pennsylvania College of Technology, after having worked as a part-time clinical nursing instructor for two years prior. Traister has 15 years of clinical experience with Geisinger Medical Center, specializing in adult critical care and adult/pediatric post-surgical recovery.