Reconsidering your career? You are not alone. The events of the past year have made many people stop and think about what is truly important to them. Perhaps you have always wanted to work with animals but never thought you had the time, experience, education, or finances to pursue such a career. All of us here at Stautzenberger College want you to know that there's still plenty of time to make that dream career a reality.
Doesn't your pet deserve the best? As loving members of our families, our animals should be safe and feel comfortable when receiving checkups and care. That's why Mary Mould, ME.d, RVT is committed to training the next generation of veterinary technicians and groomers.
Lori Van Liere has been in the education field for her entire career; from specialty educational materials, campus management, to her current position as Corporate Librarian for AHED. Lori earned her B.A. in History from the University of Toledo and her M.L.S from Kent State University.
Driven by her desire to help others, Mari Ann Medical Assistant program chair, (also the chair for Patient Care Technician program) decided to make a career change. After graduating from decided to make a career change. After graduating from Professional Skills Institute in 2006, she finally became a licensed practical nurse. This allowed her to give back to her community like she had always dreamed. Her work experience consisted of caring for patients in a variety of settings.
Since January 2021, Mike has been proud to be part of the Stautzenberger family. With over 20 years of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration experience, he enjoys guiding students on their new career path.
For medical assistants, no day is truly “ordinary.” Each patient needs unique care, and every day presents its own challenges. However, seeing patients recover helps compassionate medical assistants like Markie persevere through difficult days.
(also the chair for MA) Driven by her desire to help others, Mari Ann decided to make a career change. After graduating from Professional Skills Institute in 2006, she finally became a licensed practical nurse. This allowed her to give back to her community like she had always dreamed. Her work experience consisted of caring for patients in a variety of settings. Mari Ann spent many years as a hospice nurse, maintaining national certifications in hospice and palliative care as well as hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Additionally, she held the title of Safety Director for Mercy Health.
Many people don't pursue their dream careers, but those who do often find the experience rewarding. Melanie Leath didn't think she would have the opportunity to enter the education field. However, she is now the program chair of our central sterile processing diploma program.
Janet joined the American Higher Education Development Corporation in April 2012 and has been teaching exclusively online since January 2014. She earned her bachelor's degree in business administration (major health administration) from Davenport University. Janet also holds a master's degree in healthcare administration from the University of Phoenix. Additionally, Janet is a certified professional coder (CPC) through the AAPC.