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Quick Takes: Influence in the Community with Dr. Beverly Bianes

THANK YOU TO OUR 2021 SPONSORS   Beverly Bianes, OD, of San Diego, California, discusses how her practice has made an impact on the members of...
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2021 Women’s Leadership Conference: Quick Takes

Influence in the Community Beverly Bianes, OD, of San Diego, California, discusses how her practice has made an impact on the members of its community...

OD Panel Announced for Women’s Leadership Conference

Optometrists are primed to influence the perception and direction of the profession, says Dorothy Hitchmoth, OD, FAAO, especially when it comes to the role...

Tips for Succeeding as a Woman in a Male-Dominated Culture

By Maria Sampalis, OD, of Corporate Optometry Succeeding as a woman in a male-dominated world has always been a challenge, but it would be fair...

A Tradition of Service Brings New Opportunities for OD

Kathleen Foster Elliott, OD, Dipl. ABO, found her answer to what to do after she sold her practice. Passionate about advocacy, she became the...

Theia Awards Of Excellence 2021: Submit Your Nominations

Please click here to nominate your colleagues for the 2021 Theia Awards of Excellence. This year, we'll be presenting the Theia Awards during the Women In Optometry's...

Women In The News August 2021

Women In Optometry regularly recognizes your accomplishments in the profession and in your communities. Have you stepped into a new leadership role or recently won...

A Win for Wyoming

Gratitude radiates from Jaime Hazen, OD, to the legislators in the state of Wyoming on their new three-part expansion regarding the scope of practice for optometrists.

Women In The News: March 2021

In honor of International Women's Day earlier this month, Women In Optometry recognizes the accomplishments of women ODs in the latest installment of its Women In The News segment.

Learning to Lead

When Claudia Younany, OD, learned that the owner of the practice where she worked was taking an extended medical leave of absence that grew even longer with the onset of the COVID-19 lockdown, she knew she was up for the challenge.
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