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Realizing my Dream – Management Consultant and Author

by Terrence Simon - PhD. Organization and Management -2012

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I am grateful to the faculty and staff at Capella University for the support I received during my doctoral journey. I graduated in 2012 with the PhD in Organization and Management. Shortly after graduation I started a management consulting company T.E SIMON CONSULTING INC offering corporate training and business services to small businesses in the

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AADE Cohort Inspired Me!

by Jackie Hartwig - MBA alumni

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Capella University is a proud partner with the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE). Last week I was in Philadelphia, PA at the AADE Annual Conference where I had the pleasure of meeting a group of talented Nurses/Certified Diabetes Educators that are currently enrolled as a cohort within Capella’s MSN in Diabetes Nursing program. These

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Community and Connections at the YMCA General Assembly

by Leigh Johnson

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Earlier this month I had the opportunity to connect with faculty, learners, and alliance partners by attending the YMCA General Assembly in Philadelphia, PA. The General Assembly serves as an opportunity for those from YMCA branches across the country to come together, connect with their colleagues, and take part in some excellent educational and training

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Asbury House Extended Care Treatment for Women

by Marina Asbury - MS Mental Health Counseling

My studies at Capella University have helped me to gain the self confidence to create a nonprofit Colorado organization to provide extended care residential treatment for women with substance dependency issues and co-occurring disorders that often accompany the illness of addiction. My community has no organizations that provide this type of treatment modality for women

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School Bus Violence Prevention

by Todd Phillips - PhD in Public Safety, School of Public Servic Leadership

I am currently working on a comprehensive safety management plan to prevent school bus violence. I wanted to share this because I believe my work will change the way students learn and attend our Public School System in the future.

 
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On My Way

by Koran CainPublic - Public Service Leadership

I am learning on how to be a good public servant.  This road has been very difficult, but Dr. Durrant showed me things that I can do to be a good student. I want to make it clear that I have a long road to go, but I want to thank Capella University for giving

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My Academic Journey

by Christine Benson - MS Public Safety, Emergency Management with Public Administration

Hello fellow learners, Let me begin by saying the professors here are great! They, as well as the rest of the staff here, are committed to helping you succeed. I could not have accomplished all that I have without all of the wonderful professors, staff, and classmates that I have had the opportunity to interact

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Starting with nothing, ending with success

by Elizabeth Wagner - PhD Public Service Leadership, Specialization Criminal Justice

I started the PhD Public Service Leadership Program, specialization Criminal Justice in 2009. Prior to starting the program, I only had one-year experience working death investigations for a busy medical examiner’s office. Without relevant working experience, it is difficult to get a teaching job in criminal justice. Although I knew I was capable of doing

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Case Manager

by Alacia Earley - Social & Community Services

I was recently hired as a Case Manager/Family Advocate with Reston Interfaith. I’m part of a 7 person team of Case Managers who all work with families to help them gain and maintain stable housing.

 
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