Listee Features — Health Care


Doris Brevoort, PhD, was first inspired to the fields of counseling and education after meeting Paulo Freire, an educator and the author of “Pedagogy of the Oppressed,” in 1971. Subsequently joining SUNY Empire State College, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in the sociology of childhood, folklore and the performing arts in education in 1974. She followed this with licensure in massage therapy and began her career as a massage therapist with New Seattle Massage in 1981, a position she held until 2018. During this time, she continued her studies and received her teacher certification from Evergreen State College, followed by a Master of Arts in education in school counseling and family counseling from the University of Washington in 1991

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Michelle Pribble


Serving with the United States Navy for roughly 20 years, Michelle Jo Pribble was certified as a hospital corpsman by the Naval School of Health Sciences and began her career with the Naval Medical Center San Diego in 1996. Her role as a hospital corpsman allowed her to work in a wide range of fields, including emergency medicine, pediatrics, psychiatry, dentistry, patient relations, and more. In 2004, Ms. Pribble returned to the Naval School of Health Sciences and obtained certification in nuclear medicine, becoming a nuclear medicine technologist with the Naval Medical Center that same year. Ms. Pribble attributes much of her success to her time in the military and remains active with the Naval Medical Center to this day,

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Barbara Correll


Barbara S. Correll, MS, RDN, got her first experience in dietetics when visiting her aunt in the hospital as a child. She got to know the dietitian who would come and see her aunt and was eventually introduced to the hospital’s food service director as well. Between the two of them, Ms. Correll learned about the work of dietitians and the role of food in health. She found the field fascinating and ultimately decided to pursue it as a career. Joining Immaculata University, she took courses in premed and dietetics and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in medical nutrition therapy, with a minor in business administration, in 1972. During this time, Ms. Correll was introduced to a company called

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Michelle Monique Marshall is the founder and chief executive officer of Neowe Research and Development, a medical device developer established in 2018. Ms. Marshall has spent more than 15 years in the healthcare industry specializing in wound care, and she brings her experience and an uncompromising dedication to quality to her work in device manufacturing. Neowe Research and Development’s premier product is the Ouipan, a smart bedpan designed to use blockchain technology and Internet of Things infrastructure to deliver accurate real-time data to clinicians and care teams. Ms. Marshall was inspired to begin developing the Ouipan after filling in for a nurse at a long-term care facility. While working with another provider to change a 90-year-old patient’s wound dressings, she

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Marta Recasens


Coming to the United States in 1956, Marta A. Recasens, MD, completed her early education in her home country of Argentina. The first person in her family to attend university, she studied at the University of Salvador in Buenos Aires, where she earned a Doctor of Medicine.  During that time, she co-authored the article “Potassium and Veratrine-Stimulated 1-[(3)H]Cysteine Sulfinate and 1-[(3)H]Glutamate Release From Rat Brain Slices,” which was published in Neurochemistry International in 1984. Dr. Recasens then joined the School of Medicine at Loma Linda University in California, where she earned an additional Doctor of Medicine in 1991. In 1991, Dr. Recasens was an intern with Emory University in Georgia before joining Memorial Health University Medical Center for an internal

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Dely Go


Dely Po Go, DNP, RN, LNHA, was inspired to a career in nursing out of a desire to care for her own family, particularly her parents and children. Born in the Philippines to father Tuana Go and mother Paquita Honda, she completed her early education at Silliman University in Dumaguete, Philippines, ultimately becoming licensed as a registered nurse and in nursing home administration and achieving a Master of Science in nursing. After she and her husband moved to the United States with their children, Harry and Hadele, Dr. Go sought to further her studies at Fairleigh Dickinson University, from which she earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice, summa cum laude, in 2012. Committed to nursing education and service, Dr. Go

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Cheri Teranishi-Hashimoto


Cheri Teranishi-Hashimoto embarked on her professional journey at Purdue University, where she earned both a Bachelor of Arts in exercise and fitness and a Bachelor of Arts in movement and sports science in 1997. Remaining at Purdue to complete a Master of Science in exercise physiology in 2000, she went on to join Des Moines University, concluding her studies with a Master of Science in physical therapy in 2002 and a Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2003. During this time, Dr. Teranishi-Hashimoto began her career as a staff physical therapist with the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific, also known as REHAB, in Honolulu from 2002 to 2003 before becoming a physical therapist with Kaiser Permanente in Hawaii from 2003 until

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Casey Walsh, AuD, embarked on her professional studies at Florida State University in 2011. In 2013, she was recognized for her academic excellence with a Meritorious Poster Award from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and a travel grant through the Student Council for Undergraduate Research and Creativity. Graduating with a Bachelor of Science in communication sciences and disorders in 2015, Dr. Walsh continued her education at the University of South Alabama, during which time she received a scholarship from the Office of International Admissions and Programs, a travel grant from the American Academy of Audiology, and the Marjorie Faircloth Scholarship in Audiology. Dr. Walsh began her career while still a student, serving as a graduate assistant with the University of South

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Coming from a family of real estate professionals, Reamie Joy Tabin gained early experience rehabbing homes and properties with her family. From there, she pursued higher education at Tidewater Community College, where she earned an Associate of Science in interior design, magna cum laude. She also achieved an Associate of Arts in professional designation in merchandising and marketing from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. Ms. Tabin subsequently began her career as the owner of Blue Ivory Couture, LLC, in 2008 and ran the business until 2016. During this time, Ms. Tabin attained additional certification in Jikiden Reiki, a traditional Japanese holistic therapy. She worked with a teacher locally, and together they began running courses to teach Reiki in

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Lindsay Lueken


Embarking on her professional path while studying at Albion College, Lindsay Lueken came to a career in insurance claims through an internship she completed as a requirement of Albion’s business program. Throughout her studies, from 2000 to 2004, she was recognized on several occasions for her academic excellence, including being awarded both a Comerica Bank scholarship and a William Webster scholarship and being honored on the dean’s list. She graduated from Albion College in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts in economics and management. Since then, Ms. Lueken has furthered her skills with certifications in leadership from the Franklin Covey Co. and strategic selling from the Miller Heiman Group. Beginning her career as a sales coordinator for Sun Life from

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