By Belinda Dobson, OD—I dreamed of becoming a veterinarian as a child.
Sarah Harbove, OD, of Titusville, Florida, was impacted by the challenges of low vision at a very early age.
Mary Anne Murphy, OD, of Broomfield, Colorado, not only works a part-time schedule herself, but she encourages her three female associates and staff to do so as well.
In conversations, Christie Russell-Villnow, OD, heard from her neuropsychologist sister, Leslie Russell-Martin, MS, PhD, that she was noticing visual processing issues in some of her patients in her mental health clinics.
Angela Gulbranson, OD, returned to her hometown of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, after her graduation from
Indiana College of Optometry.
In 2008, Laura Martinez, OD, was on track to become a nurse when she was introduced to the Focus on Your Future summer program at the Illinois College of Optometry (ICO).
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