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Where Volunteering Can Lead You: A Recent Graduate's Perspective

After my term on the CAAHEP Board, I served as practitioner member on the Association of Specialized and Professional Accreditors (ASPA), as a certified surgical first assistant where my understanding and passion for accreditation deepened.
 
Currently, I am about to begin my final year of physician assistant school and am serving as the north central regional director on the national student board of directors. I am board representative for the student leadership committee and am already looking forward to leadership opportunities upon graduation.
 
I want to give a big shout out to both Kathy Megivern for the opportunity as well as Liz Ness, my surgical technology instructor for nominating me for this role. It has opened countless doors and has made a significant impact in my life both personally and professionally.

Katie Lukovich, PA-S3, BS, CSFA, CST
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Posted: 8/22/2019 5:46:00 PM by Lorna Frazier-Lindsey | with 0 comments


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