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Four Standout Leaders

Women ODs happen to be in leadership positions this year with the American Optometric Association (AOA), the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry (ASCO), the American Academy of Optometry (AAO) and the National Optometric Association (NOA).

Dr. Caffery, Dr. Horn and Dr. Hoppe
Left to right: Dr. Caffery, Dr. Horn and Dr. Hoppe

Women In Optometry asked Barbara Horn, OD (AOA); Elizabeth Hoppe, OD, MPH, DrPH (ASCO) and Barbara Caffery, OD, PhD, FAAO (AAO) what their goals for the organization are during their leadership term. Each reflects her impact on some aspect of the future of the profession. Read their responses.

Dr. Reynolds
Dr. Reynolds

Sherrol Reynolds, OD, current president of the NOA, addressed advocacy and the three silent killersduring two featured WO Voices podcasts.

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