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The March Cover Stories

Mentors can help pave the way for the future of your career. They offer sound advice on tough decisions and teach you the lessons that can only be learned with years of experience. Women In Optometry was touched by the stories that ODs have shared with us.

We’ll be featuring mentors throughout the rest of March. Browse the site for more of their stories. Feel free to drop us a note with a story about your mentor.


mcferron mentor

After Ashley McFerron, OD, moved to Oregon, she began working for Scott Nehring, OD, in Woodburn in his Vision Source practice. Read more.


monica johnsonbaugh mentor

When Monica Johnsonbaugh, OD, was still a first or second year student at Indiana University School of Optometry, she attended a session for which Rhonda Robinson, OD, had been invited to speak to students. Read more.


lori grover mentor featured

Lori Grover, OD, found inspiration early on in her career from Susan Gormezano, OD. Read more.


mentor poll results 1

Many respondents to a recent Women In Optometry Pop-up Poll have felt the impact of a mentor. Read more.

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