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2020 Women’s Leadership Conference: Quick Takes

Catch Your Walking Scripts

Brianna Rhue, OD, FAAO, of Tamarac, Florida, shares how she and a colleague came up with a concept for technology that could build their confidence and help recapture patients’ contact lens orders.

Exponential Expansion

Hannah Cho, OD, of Irvine, California, has big plans for her business, FLOE Optometry. Hear about her ambitions for the future.

The Medically Oriented Practice

Women In Optometry editor Marjolijn Bijlefeld chats with Pam Lowe, OD, FAAO, of Niles, Illinois, about specific opportunities with medical services in 2020.

Adding an Associate

Tammy Vo, OD, of Austin, Texas, shares the qualities she was looking for in an associate OD and how finding her perfect match has impacted her practice.

Financial Freedom

Monica Johnsonbaugh, OD, of Grosse Pointe, Michigan, shares the path that she took to pay off her student loan debt in half of the required time.

Mentoring Matters

Camille Cohen, OD, of Brooklyn, New York, reflects on the fulfillment she finds in supporting others in the profession.

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