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Student Spotlight: Liz Zamudio

Liz Zamudio sees her role as more than just a mom or student. In fact, she sees herself as an example for others to follow. Whether she’s raising her family, tutoring her kids, battling cancer, or communicating with her professors to complete her degree on-time, Liz is a testament of what it means to be … Continued
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Student Spotlight: Bashelia Ward

Radiating as a passionate educator and advocate for knowledge and research, Bashelia Ward, a student in the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Organizational Leadership program, aims to bridge her visions for restorative educational practices with her love for fostering equitable opportunities within marginalized communities across schools and districts. As a mom, researcher, and doctoral student … Continued

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Student Spotlight: Tina Patterson

Focused on creating and distributing award-winning educational curriculum for schools in and around her community, Tina Patterson embodies what it means to have a dream of engaging with students and teachers, and see it come to fruition through hard work, dedication, and resilience. As she embarks on completing her Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership … Continued

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Student Spotlight: Addison Mouser

Known for her many talents and philanthropic efforts to raise money for children with disabilities and health-related illnesses, Addison Mouser is recognized as one of Dallas’ most honored servants and community volunteers whose main mission is to service those in need. As a former dancer turned congressional medal ambassador and intern for nonprofits like Brown … Continued

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Student Spotlight: Courtney Brazile

Focused on empowering students with effective communication skills and championing their internal sense of self, Courtney Brazile is known as a nationally recognized advocate for incorporating diversity and inclusion into the college classroom and organizational setting. As a professor of communication studies at Dallas College and student in the Doctor of Education (Ed.D..) in Organizational … Continued

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Student Spotlight: Tosha Ochoa

The world needs people who are kind, considerate, passionate and, above all else, open to hearing what God has in store for them—people a lot like Tosha Ochoa, a junior in the B.S. in communication science and disorders program.  Whether it’s working with kids, adults or corporations, Tosha knows a thing or two about knowing … Continued

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Student Spotlight: Kayla Perez

Three words can be used to describe Kayla Perez: bright, young, and full of life. As a self-proclaimed Houston, Texas native and proud Latina, Kayla Perez is the perfect example of a go-getter. From studying around the clock to taking care of her horses to spending time with her boyfriend and family, Kayla doesn’t let … Continued

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Student Spotlight: Cora Bruton

Some people in this world are born attuned to the needs of others. Cora Burton is one of these people. Close to completing her bachelor’s degree in Child and Family Services and a teaching certification, Cora is a light in her community and a master influencer of kindness, change, and advocacy for children with physical … Continued

Maggie

Student Spotlight: Maggie Walters

With a 4.0 GPA and plans to graduate in May 2023, Maggie Walters is a stellar scholar of precision medicine. But she’s more than that—Maggie is a joyful servant, whose interest in the field of precision flows from an eagerness to help diagnose, detect, and halt cancer for suffering patients in the world. A proud … Continued

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Student Spotlight: Chandler Delmas

Amid chaos, one thing holds true for Chandler Delmas – God is always in control, and life is never what you might expect. Finishing up her last few courses in the Master of Business Administration program, Chandler not only brings fresh perspectives to what it means to be a woman in business but also how … Continued