Listee Features — August 11, 2017


Growing up, Diane Elizabeth Dixson lived all over the world with her father, who had to travel for his job with the State Department. She picked up a number of different languages along her journey, including German, French, and Russian, which proved to be a huge asset upon her return to the U.S. She joined the Library of Congress as an acquisition specialist, and the rest was history. She remained in that position with the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution for more than four decades, furthering their mission of being the world’s preeminent reservoir of knowledge and providing unparalleled resources to Congress and the American people. ​ One of the biggest milestones of Ms. Dixson’s career was creating subject tours

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Passionate and dedicated, Margaret Ann Warwick is renowned for her contributions to medical and clinical technology. Her professional journey began as a staff member and medical technologist at Jefferson Medical College Hospital and, after six years, continued as a clinical chemist for the West Jersey Health System in Camden. Ms. Warwick experienced the same rapid growth throughout the rest of her career at the West Jersey Health System in Voorhees, working as a laboratory supervisor from 1968 to 1980, the manager of clinical laboratory services at the same location from 1980 to 1985, and the quality assurance manager of clinical lab services from 1985 to 1996. That year, she utilized her now-extensive background to open her own company, Clinical Laboratory

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