In January, Lisa Wade, OD, was named director of the Hayes Center for Practice Excellence at Southern College of Optometry (SCO), and she says that she is grateful for the opportunity. “I’m very excited about it, and it is wonderful to be back at SCO because that’s home for me,” Dr. Wade says.
The reason Marisa Perez, OD, wanted to align herself with Dr. Murphy’s practice is because the practice, like the one she had worked in previously, was family-friendly. In this practice, four doctors—all women—work a part-time schedule of three longer days.
By Lauretta Justin, OD, Orlando, Fla.
Our profession is changing. Regardless of the changes in the optical industry, you still own the power to become very successful. The choice to succeed is ultimately up to you. However, you must take the first step by becoming the CEO of You, Inc.
Before she even graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 2006, Janelle Davison, OD, had mapped out her future. Her goal was to open her own practice within the next five years.
Carole Burns, OD, FCOVD, Johnstown and Westerville, OH, knows a lot about practice partners. Since 1991, she and her husband, Mark Wright, OD, FCOVD, have brought eight partners, six of them women, into the practice, Professional Vision Care.
Optometry has provided career flexibility and variety for Michelle Durham, OD as she relocates...
WO professional co-editors April Jasper, OD, FAAO, and Katie Gilbert-Spear, OD, MPH, are two of the speakers in the 2015 series of one-day seminars titled Navigating the Path to a Practice of Distinction.