For more than 50 years, Dr. Yamanouchi has researched, explored and taught sociology and anthropology. Her expertise in social sciences has been integral for students at several universities, including Marshall University, Livingston College, Frostburg State University, the University of Scranton and Lackawanna College. Prior to her teaching career, she worked as a chief research associate at the International Division for Sophia University in Tokyo. Afterwards, she worked at Michigan State University as a librarian and bibliographer. Her experience in academia has also resulted in a position of the Northeastern Intermediate Unit School Board. She has been a member of the president council at Cedar Crest College and a trustee of Tokyo Kasei University and Lackawanna College.
Dr. Yamanouchi has been heavily involved in Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic as a board member. One of her greatest achievements comes from Misericordia University, which established the Midori Yamanouchi Lecture Series in 2012.
In addition to her work in academia, Dr. Yamanouchi translated Listen to the Voices from the Sea and In The Faraway Mountains and Rivers.
Largely inspired by her parents, who were both physicians, Jenny Glusker was always interested in the science field. Drawn to chemistry, she chose to follow the medical career. In 1953, Dr. Glusker earned a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry from Oxford University. She also earned a Master of Arts and Doctorate of Philosophy from the university in 1957. Remaining committed to education throughout her life; Dr. Glusker earned an honorary Doctor of Science in 1985 from the College of Wooster.
Now retired, Dr. Glusker spent many years teaching and researching. She moved to the United States after marrying her husband and together they advised the Institute for Cancer Research in Philadelphia (now known as the Fox Chase Cancer Center). In 1980, Dr. Glusker began teaching biochemistry and biophysics at the University of Pennsylvania. She became a professor emeritus in 2014.
Her research at the Institute for Cancer Research lead to a better understanding of the three-dimensional operation of the enzymes associated with the small molecules involved in the citric acid cycle.
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Doris Mae Beausoleil knows the importance of having somewhere to live. Before retiring in 2006, she worked for many years as a public trust and federal agency housing specialist. She had been with the New York/New Jersey Department of Housing and Urban Development since the 1970s. Throughout her time at that institution, she worked in a number of positions, but always worked to the benefit of the people seeking its services. She has been the women’s program coordinator, an equal opportunity compliance specialist and branch chief in addition to the position she served under before retiring.
Prior to working with the New York/New Jersey Department of Housing and Urban Development, Ms. Beausoleil worked in housing for different organizations, including the Edwin Gould Foundation, the National Committee Against Discrimination Housing and the New York government. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in sociology and psychology from Goddard College before receiving a Master of Arts in human relations from New York University.
Dr. Athema Casimire-Etzioni is distinguished for more than 15 years of exemplary veterinary services. After earning a Bachelor of Science in pre-medicine and chemistry from Xavier University, she enrolled in Tuskegee University to earn a DVM. In 2002, she received a certificate of completion for veterinary clinical pathology. She continued at Purdue University to receive a Master of Science in veterinary clinical pathology.
Presently, Dr. Casimire-Etzioni is an associate professor of clinical pathology for her alma mater, Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. She has held this position since 2001. Throughout her career, she has worked in research, academia, government, corporate and private practices. Additionally, she is a Relief Small Animal Veterinarian.
Dr. Casimire-Etzioni is also a member of the American Academy of Health Administrators, American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Society of Veterinarian Clinical Pathology, Omega Tau Sigma, Phi Zeta and Sigma Xi.
Annsley Chapman Strong has many interests in her life that fuel her to go the extra mile in every endeavor she undertakes. While invested in art and interior design for much of her career, she has also worked in finance, her interest drawing her to legal and operations of start-ups, health care management and mental health strategies. Her devotion to her passions has resulted in more than four decades of professionalism in multiple industries.
Ms. Strong attended Wheaton College, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in 1969. She received a certificate of design with the New York School of Design in 1969 and a certification with the Interior Designers Guild in 1975.
Heavily involved in volunteer work and charitable causes, Ms. Strong previously held the position of board chair for Verdugo Hills Hospital and Hathaway Sycamores. She is a co-founder of the La Canada Sports Coalition. She became the principal of Strong Studio Designs in 1984.