Listee Features — August 1, 2017


For the past 20 years, Katherine Leigh Myers has remained committed to working with students with a wide range of physical and learning disabilities to help them succeed. As an assistive technology specialist for the Office of Disability Services at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, she matches students up with different types of technology and broad spectrum software according to their individual needs and teaches them how to best utilize it. This technology allows them to make their lives easier, and, in some cases, take up hobbies that would have been too difficult before. She also specializes in career counseling, student affairs, and leadership development, and is particularly proud of her role in keeping the department together during difficult

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Genuinely interested in the medical industry, Susan Lynn Mogus has devoted her entire career to pursuing her passions and advancing the field. She started out by earning a Bachelor of Science in medical technology from Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania in 1984 and accreditation as a certified medical technologist from the American Society for Clinical Pathology. Now an integral part of the Trinitas Regional Medical Center, which offers both inpatient and outpatient medical services, Ms. Mogus lends three decades of expertise in chemistry and laboratory procedures to helping others achieve the best in health care. In her current role as the lead technologist, she is responsible for performing core laboratory duties, including chemistry, hematology, and urinalysis, and for conducting rapid

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