For a large part of her career,
Susan Wiley, OD, moved with
her husband, a U.S. Air Force
officer, across the country as well
as on two overseas tours.
About 12 years ago, Donna Hillsgrove, OD, came to a difficult decision. Her private
practice needed her complete attention, but so did her middle-school-aged
Over her career, Tracey M. Glendenning, OD, FCOVD, has come to understand the challenges of recruiting optometrists in North Carolina.
For much of her youth, Veronica Fowler, OD, FAAO, was homeless.
Laura Dake Roche, OD, was serving as president of the Connecticut Association of Optometrists (CAO) when she found out that the optometric practice of OptiCare was being sold to MyEyeDr.
At a very young age, Carla Iafigliola, OD, learned that taking decisive action is a smart move forward, even if it isn’t easy.
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