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  • Dr. Fred Rosen

    Dr. Fred Rosen

    DENTIST

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    His story begins with a look at his years during college, what he majored in, his choice of undergraduate classes, and how he made a conscious decision to take the necessary courses that would prepare him to be accepted and enter dental school immediately after fulfilling his undergraduate degree. Dr. Rosen, realized early on in his teenage years that working in the field of medicine was something of great interest to him. But as we learn at the very end, one of the primary reasons he chose to become a dentist, as opposed to a traditional medical doctor or surgeon, was simply that although he loves the field of medicine, dealing with life or death medical situations made him uneasy and I can certainly understand his concern. Dr. Rosen loves helping people and working as a dentist allows him to do this every day.

  • Michael R. Smith

    Michael R. Smith

    PROFESSOR OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES

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    Dr. Michael Ray Smith is professor of Communication Studies at Campbell University. In an independent search, journalismdegrees.org recognized Smith as one of “Top 50 journalism professors for 2012." The list was created using independent research with the sole purpose of being a resource. Also in 2012 Campbell University selected him from 216 professors for its first university-wide teaching excellence award. In 2001-2002 he was recognized as professor of the year.

    In 2011 World Journalism Institute, Manhattan, named him the John McCandlish Phillips Scholar. Philips was the internationally-known reporter for The New York Times in the 1960s. Smith earned a Ph.D. from Regent University and taught at state and private universities, at graduate and undergraduate schools and is a professor of communication studies at Campbell University.

    An award-winning journalist and photographer, he has been quoted in the New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer, USA Today, The Arizona Republic, The Christian Science Monitor, The Louisville Courier-Journal, Editor & Publisher, Christianity Today, Writer’s Digest and many other periodicals. He has written five books, 12 journal articles and hundreds of articles for the popular press.

  • Dr. George Seretis

    Dr. George Seretis

    (GENERAL PRACTITIONER) FAMILY PHYSICIAN

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    Upon completion of his undergraduate studies at New York University, he earned his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He then went on to serve as a family medicine resident at Doctors Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. During his residency he served as chief resident from 1996 to 1997. Dr. Seretis joined Christiana Care in 1997, where he provided comprehensive care for families of Salem and Gloucester Counties.

  • Paul Carr

    Paul Carr

    SENIOR SYSTEMS ENGINEER

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    32 years continuous experience in aerospace industry, and 30 years direct involvement in system engineering, mission analysis, mission design, and operation of spaceflight systems for diverse missions and sponsors. Leader of spacecraft design project and proposal teams on must-win competitive procurements, and experienced in project and line management. Technically and methodologically current, with strong analytical and computer skills. Committed to continuous process improvement and maturation. U.S. Citizen with current DOD Secret Clearance.
  • Jennifer Dempsey

    Jennifer Dempsey

    HAIRSTYLIST

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    Being a hairstylist is so much more than just the technical part of being able to style hair. Being a colorist takes knowledge of the color wheel and formulating to create a vision. Cutting hair takes knowledge of the shape of the head, different face shapes, different textures of hair, how to positions your body, and how to hold the hair to achieve a desired look. It takes more training to become a great hair dresser than just cosmetology school. Continued education is our foundation. Further than that we are in the people pleasing business, customer service is our industries number one priority. As a hairstyles you are looked up to, to be fashion forward with hair trends, and fashion trends. As a commission based stylist you are responsible for client retention of at least 50% and to sell product determined on service sales. Being a stylist is 80% personality, 40% technical.