Listee Features — February 5, 2018


Believing that there is no obstacle too large to overcome, Marcia L. Goodman, PhD, has led an impressive and well-rounded career. She started out working for the Social Security Administration and Medicare for approximately five years beginning in 1967, and continued on to become a registered nurse for nine and a half years and a laboratory technician for the American Red Cross for 15 years. Dr. Goodman also has experience as a medical resident at Knox Cardiology Practice in Connecticut. Her favorite part of the job is when patients call and tell her how much better they feel after treatment. Dr. Goodman joined the health care field because of her strong desire to make people’s lives better. She was also

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Heavily influenced by the unconventional teaching methods of a teacher she encountered in Payson, Utah, Muriel Kauimaeole Lee Stevens thrived in academia for more than four decades before retiring. She had a good work style and work ethic, and was well suited to positions like first grade teacher at Woodstock Elementary School in Utah, kindergarten to first grade team teacher at Ewa Elementary School, and teacher at Honowai Elementary School. From 1999 to 2006, Ms. Lee Stevens taught at Hana Elem High School. ​ Outside of the public school system, Ms. Lee Stevens taught at the Space Program and participated in the Teacher in Space Program at NASA from 1985 to 1986, and was a member of the Citizen Ambassador

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