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Following her 2000 graduation from University of Houston College of Optometry, Leigh Anne Green, OD, says that her top priority was to secure a job where she didn’t have to work on the weekends and could be at home with her two young children.
Susan Bell, OD, an art major in her undergraduate years, has always brought a certain artistic flair to the 80-year-old optometry practice begun by her father in Ewing, New Jersey.
Faye Gamboa, OD, has created a carefully crafted, immersive experience for patients and customers at Wanderlust Eyecare in Northfield, Illinois.
So many of your professional decisions may revolve around your family: building a schedule that accommodates the work/life balance you desire or finding a way to work together with family to achieve your goals.
Carly Rose, OD, FAAO, says that when her sister Ehryn Cartwright, OD, attended optometry school, it didn’t inspire her to pursue optometry herself; it actually pushed her away.
Hannah Cho, OD, started getting serious about her cold-start practice plans during her fourth year at Southern California College of Optometry so that by the time she reached her 2012 graduation, she was ready to hit the ground running.
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