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  • Sonja K. Boiteaux, M.S.R.S., R.T.(R)(MR), MRSO

    Sonja K. Boiteaux, M.S.R.S., R.T.(R)(MR), MRSO

    Sony Boiteaux is an assistant professor in the diagnostic imaging program for The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center School of Health Professions and the associate program director of the magnetic resonance imaging emphasis. She earned a radiography certificate from Bethesda Healthcare Systems, an associate of arts and associate of science in radiography from Palm Beach State College, a bachelor of science in radiation science technology at University of Nebraska Medical Center, and a master of science in radiologic science, with an emphasis in education, at Midwestern State University. Sony has been a member of ASRT since 2004 and of the Texas Society of Radiologic Technologists since 2009. She has served on the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Practice Analysis Committee for the magnetic resonance credentialing exam, as well as the Policy Board of the Society for MR Radiographers & Technologists. With colleagues, she founded the Gulf Coast Chapter of the SMRT and is its past president. Sony has lectured at numerous local and state conferences.

    Course

    Active Shooter in Health Care: How To Respond

     


     
  • Patty Moraino-Braga, M.Ed., RDMS, RVT, RDCS

    Patty Moraino-Braga, M.Ed., RDMS, RVT, RDCS

    Patty is the diagnostic medical sonography program director for Palm Beach State College in Florida. She has a bachelor’s degree in radiology science from Saint Joseph’s College and a master’s degree in instructional technology and distance education from Nova Southeastern University. She has worked in many positions during her career, starting as a registered radiology technologist, radiology information manager, sonographer and educator. Patty also is a site visitor for the JCS-DMS and a past secretary for the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. In addition, she has served on many SDMS committees and given lectures at numerous local, state, and national conferences.

    Course

    Intussusception: Sonographic Findings to Fluoroscopic Reduction

     


     
  • Kevin Clark, Ed.D., R.T.(R)(QM)

    Kevin Clark, Ed.D., R.T.(R)(QM)

    Dr. Clark is an assistant professor and associate program director with the School of Health Professions for The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer in Houston. He holds several academic degrees, including a doctorate in educational leadership and management, and is dedicated to continuing the growth of the medical imaging profession. He is a member of the Texas and Louisiana ASRT affiliate chapters and is active with the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences and the Texas Society of Allied Health Professions. He also serves as an editorial review board member for the journals, Radiologic Technology and Radiologic Science & Education. Dr. Clark has written more than 50 scholarly and peer-reviewed articles for various publications and has given more than 30 presentations at the local, state and national levels.

    Course

    Active Shooter in Health Care: How To Respond

     


     
  • Daniel DeMaio, M.Ed., R.T.(R)(CT)

    Daniel DeMaio, M.Ed., R.T.(R)(CT)

    Dan has been an educator in medical imaging for nearly 30 years. He is an associate professor and director of the radiologic technology program and chair of the Department of Health Sciences and Nursing for the University of Hartford in Connecticut. His area of clinical specialty is computed tomography, and he has lectured nationally on CT topics such as radiation safety and the physics and instrumentation of CT imaging. Dan is the author of Mosby’s Exam Review for Computed Tomography, a leading resource for technologists preparing for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists exam in CT. He also is an education delegate to the American Society of Radiologic Technologists’ House of Delegates, the chairman of the ASRT Commission and a member of the Radiologic Technology Editorial Review Board.

    Course

    An Update on CT Dose: Conversations and Controversies for 2019

     


     
  • Chandra Y. Gerrard, M.P.H., R.T.(R)(CT)(MR)(QM)

    Chandra Y. Gerrard, M.P.H., R.T.(R)(CT)(MR)(QM)

    Chandra is a faculty member in the department of radiology for the University of New Mexico and clinical radiology research technologist. She graduated from UNM with a master of public health degree, epidemiology concentration, and is certified in radiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and quality management. She conducts clinical trial review, assists in administering the Human Imaging Research Core and focuses on research throughput by developing and maintaining processes to ensure research participants are correctly scheduled, billed and imaged. Most recently, she was the supervisor of forensic imaging for the New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator’s Center for Forensic Imaging. She has extensive experience developing postmortem CT, MR and radiography protocols; implementation; and forensic imaging workflow. Chandra has provided numerous postmortem and forensic radiology presentations at state, national and international conferences.

    Course

    Use of Computed Tomography in Research

     


     
  • Amanda Golsch, M.B.A., R.T.(R)(MR)

    Amanda Golsch, M.B.A., R.T.(R)(MR)

    Amanda is a senior business analyst for TriHealth in Cincinnati, where she creates IT solutions that enhance the workflow for radiology end users. She has been a registered technologist for 18 years and worked in radiology-based IT for eight years. She has held positions in management, in the cardiac catheterization laboratory and in magnetic resonance imaging research, and she has completed numerous builds for MR, computed tomography, diagnostic radiology, special procedures, nuclear medicine, sonography and the cardiac catheterization laboratory. In addition, she is a visiting professor in the allied health department for the University of Cincinnati. Amanda was an active member of the Society for MR Radiographers & Technologists policy board for three years and continues to lecture for SMRT as well as for the Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists.

    Course

    How CMS Requirements Will Impact Imaging Orders in 2019 and Beyond

     


     
  • Ginger Griffin, R.T.(R), FASRT, CSHA

    Ginger Griffin, R.T.(R), FASRT, CSHA

    Ginger is an accreditation and compliance consultant for Baptist Health System. She has experience with Joint Commission and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services accreditation and is a former Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology surveyor. Ginger has a long history of activism in the profession through her association with the Florida Society of Radiologic Technologists and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists and has served on numerous committees and boards within both organizations. She graduated from a hospital-based radiologic technology program and earned certifications in radiography, accreditation and compliance. Ginger believes that one of the most substantial issues the profession faces is the public’s lack of knowledge about who technologists are and what they do and that one way to address that is for technologists to explain their role to patients. Ginger also is team captain for the concession company at TIAA Bank Field, home of the Jacksonville Jaguars.

    Course

    Can You Ever Be Completely Prepared?

     


     
  • Timothy M. Gustafson, M.B.A., R.T.(R)

    Timothy M. Gustafson, M.B.A., R.T.(R)

    Tim is a U.S. Marine, a registered technologist and a former U.S. Army Staff Sergeant. He proudly served in Operation Iraqi Freedom/Enduring Freedom in Kuwait and Iraq as a leader in the 21st Combat Support Hospital out of Fort Hood, Texas. He has amassed extensive experience from all sides of radiology — as a technologist in Iraq, as a practice manager for a national radiology practice and as a leader for numerous health care organizations. Tim serves as president of Clarity Medical Logistics. He earned a B.A. in business administration from Tarleton State University in Stephensville, Texas, and an M.B.A. in health care management from California Miramar University in San Diego. Tim lives in Menifee, California, with his wife and five children.

    Course

    Trending Up From Within

     


     
  • Thomas M. Hanson, D.V.M., M.S., R.T.(R)(CT)

    Thomas M. Hanson, D.V.M., M.S., R.T.(R)(CT)

    Dr. Hanson is the radiologist for the Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Center, which performs more than 700 diagnostic examinations each month using radiography, sonography, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. After veterinary medical school, he completed a one-year medical and surgical internship and a four-year residency in diagnostic imaging. Before starting his career in veterinary medicine, Dr. Hanson had 15 years of clinical experience in human radiology and 17 years with GE Healthcare. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Radiological Society of North America and the America Society of Radiologic Technologists. He is a visiting professor at St. George’s University in Grenada, West Indies, and has lectured at several state radiographer conferences. He is researching the use of CT for the identification of gastrointestinal foreign bodies and for small animal dental imaging.

    Course

    CT in Veterinary Medicine: A Comparative View

     


     
  • Tracy Herrmann, Ph.D., R.T.(R)

    Tracy Herrmann, Ph.D., R.T.(R)

    Tracy is associate dean of academic affairs and professor of allied health in radiologic technology for the University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash College. She completed her radiography education at The Ohio State University, her master’s degree in health education at the University of Cincinnati and her doctoral degree in educational studies, with a concentration in higher education and educational policy. She is a past president of the Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists and the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences and serves on the board of the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Tracy is a longtime advocate for radiation protection via the Image Gently campaign and has spoken nationally on best practices in digital radiography and fluoroscopy. Her research interests and advocacy efforts are related to cultural humility, inclusive educational practices and increasing the diversity of the medical imaging professions.

    Course

    Clinical and Co-curricular Engagement for African American Student Success

     


     
  • Jennett M. Ingrassia, M.S.R.S., R.T.(R)

    Jennett M. Ingrassia, M.S.R.S., R.T.(R)

    Jennett is an assistant professor in the Radiologic Technology and Medical Imaging Department for New York City College of Technology of the City University of New York. She has been a radiographer for more than 30 years, with 28 of those years in education. She completed her radiography education at Helene Fuld Medical Center and obtained her associate and bachelor’s degrees in medical imaging from Thomas Edison State University. She has a master of science in radiologic sciences degree from Midwestern State University and is a doctoral candidate at Grand Canyon University pursuing an Ed.D. in organizational leadership. Jennett is a current board member and a past president of the New Jersey Society of Radiologic Technologists. In addition, she has served as affiliate delegate and committee member for the American Society of Radiologic Technologists and has lectured at many state and local conferences.

    Course

    The Joint Venture Between the Staff Radiographer and the Student

     


     
  • Jenna N. Laquerre, R.T.(R), RDMS, RVT

    Jenna N. Laquerre, R.T.(R), RDMS, RVT

    Jenna is a staff technologist for AdventHealth, an adjunct professor for Palm Beach State College in South Florida and a volunteer for AdventHealth University sonography lab teaching students scanning skills and protocols. She has an associate degree in arts and an associate of science in radiography and sonography and is pursuing a bachelor of science in health care management and professional services. She is registered in radiography, sonography and vascular technology and holds certifications in pediatric sonography, OB/GYN, abdomen and breast. Jenna is a member of the Lambda Nu National Honor Society for the Radiologic and Imaging Sciences, Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography and American Society of Radiologic Technologists. She created a pediatric neurosonography webinar for the SDMS and is working on a dedicated pediatric sonography textbook.

    Course

    Intussusception: Sonographic Findings to Fluoroscopic Reduction

     


     
  • Isabel MacIver, B.S., R.T.(R)(M)(MR)

    Isabel MacIver, B.S., R.T.(R)(M)(MR)

    Belle is the lead women’s health imaging clinical consultant for Siemens Women’s Health Business Line. She also is a registered technologist whose expertise includes frontline patient care, advanced mammography clinical applications, product development, marketing and sales. Her passion for advancing awareness and innovations in women’s health brought her to Siemens Healthineers more than 14 years ago as a clinical education specialist, where she specialized in breast biopsy, tomosynthesis and image quality and review. In her current role, she works in customer development, providing a holistic approach to being a true customer partner. Belle and her team specialize in on-site clinical education, image impression and bridging gaps within the customer’s sales and marketing experience. As developments and advancements in diagnostic imaging are introduced to the market, Belle uses her position and platform as a champion for women’s health.

    Courses

    Siemens Healthineers: Optimize Your Mammography Positioning

    Siemens Healthineers: Optimize Your Mammography Positioning (Repeat)

     


     
  • Susan Martin, R.T.(R)(M)(BS)

    Susan Martin, R.T.(R)(M)(BS)

    Susan has been a registered mammographer for more than 30 years and extended her skills by becoming a registered sonographer. She has shared her expertise as a clinical education specialist for Siemens Healthineers since 2015. Before joining Siemens Healthineers, she was a staff mammographer at an outpatient imaging center for 14 years, where she performed digital 2-D and 3-D mammography and stereotactic biopsy. Since joining Siemens Healthineers, she has perfected her skills as a clinical education specialist in addition to taking on tasks such as assisting new hires with on-boarding, mentoring peers, delivering customer-related workshops and creating women’s health education materials. Her most recent personal accomplishment is completing the Marine Corp Marathon with the Gold Star Family Team in Washington, D.C.

    Courses

    Siemens Healthineers: Optimize Your Mammography Positioning

    Siemens Healthineers: Optimize Your Mammography Positioning (Repeat)

     


     
  • Nancy Merrill, B.S., R.T.(R)(M)(CT)

    Nancy Merrill, B.S., R.T.(R)(M)(CT)

    Nancy is the director of the computed tomography, magnetic resonance and carotid stenting accreditation divisions for the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission, which provides accreditation programs in various medical imaging disciplines. She works with facility staff members to provide guidance for quality assessments and quality improvement programs. Before that, she was senior clinical specialist for IAC. Nancy graduated as class valedictorian from the radiologic technologist program at Sinai Hospital School of Radiology and earned an associate of arts and sciences degree from Carroll Community College. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in radiologic sciences from Notre Dame of Maryland University and is registered in mammography and computed tomography. Nancy initially worked in a step-down trauma unit and later became a multimodality radiologic technologist performing radiography, mammography and stereotactic biopsies, computed tomography, interventional radiology and cardiac catheterization.

    Course

    Quality Assessment Processes To Confirm Image Quality and Patient Safety

     


     
  • Tracy Parent, R.T.(R)(CT)

    Tracy Parent, R.T.(R)(CT)

    Tracy is a computed tomography simulation technologist for Highlands Oncology Group and a staff CT and imaging technologist for Siloam Springs Regional Hospital, both in Arkansas. She is registered in radiography and CT, and is completing a bachelor’s degree in imaging sciences leadership at the University of Arkansas. Tracy has held many positions in her professional career, including in surgery, CT and MR and as administrative manager of imaging. She is active in the Arkansas Society of Radiologic Technologists, serving in roles such as past president, board member for five years, conference chair and member of numerous committees. She will serve as the ArSRT alternate delegate to the ASRT House of Delegates this year and hold the position of CT delegate, vice chairman, for the 2019-2020 term. In addition, Tracy has presented at many local and state conferences, including Sail the Seas, the ArSRT’s first continuing education cruise.

    Course

    Correlation of Diagnostic CT to Radiation Therapy Simulation

     


     
  • Olive Peart, M.S., R.T.(R)(M)

    Olive Peart, M.S., R.T.(R)(M)

    Olive is the program chair for the radiologic technology program at Fortis College in Maryland. She presents at seminars throughout the United States and Canada (and internationally via webinars) and volunteers as project manager with RAD-AID India to provide on-site and online program planning to optimize health care quality and safety in India. Olive is a published author. Her articles have appeared in ASRT’s peer-reviewed journal, Radiologic Technology, and she has published numerous books, including Lange Q & A Mammography Examination; Lange Radiographic Positioning Flashcard; Mammography & Breast Imaging Prep; Mammography and Breast Imaging: Just the Facts; The Dangers of Medical Radiation; and Spanish for Professionals in Radiology. She also has written a number of young adult novels including Mind Games, The Starlight Kids, Mystery of the Feather Burglar, The Intruders and Linked.

    Course

    Mobile Imaging

     


     
  • Bartram J. Pierce, B.S., R.T.(R)(MR), FASRT, MRSO(MRSC™)

    Bartram J. Pierce, B.S., R.T.(R)(MR), FASRT, MRSO(MRSC™)

    Bart is the magnetic resonance safety officer for The Corvallis Clinic in Oregon and an adjunct professor at Portland Community College, teaching MR physics and protocol development. His company, Voxel MR Resources, offers MR imaging continuing education and safety and clinical applications consulting services. Bart has a bachelor’s degree in microbiology, is registered in radiography and MR and holds a certification in MR safety from the American Board of Magnetic Resonance Safety. His passion is his involvement in RAD-AID International, providing his MRI expertise to developing countries. Bart has been involved in professional societies at the local, state and national level for more than 30 years. He is past president (twice) and life member of the Oregon Society of Radiologic Technologists. He also has served as an affiliate and MR chapter delegate to the ASRT House of Delegates and chairman and member of the ASRT Committee on Bylaws.

    Course

    Staying Safe in MR Imaging

     


     
  • Kevin L. Rush, M.H.A, R.T.(R)(T), FASRT, CRA

    Kevin L. Rush, M.H.A, R.T.(R)(T), FASRT, CRA

    Kevin is senior director of credentialing operations for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist. Kevin has a bachelor’s degree in health services management and a master’s degree in health care administration. He is certified and registered in radiography and radiation therapy and has worked in a variety of positions in his career, including staff technologist and administrative director of radiology and radiation oncology. Kevin served as secretary-treasurer on the ASRT Board of Directors and served several terms in the ASRT House of Delegates as a Radiation Therapy Chapter delegate. He was also an ASRT appointee to the ARRT Board of Trustees for eight years, including a term as president, and has served on numerous ASRT committees. In addition, Kevin has lectured at numerous local, state, regional, national and international conferences.

    Course

    ARRT 101

     


     
  • Deb Scroggins, M.S.R.S., R.T.(R)(CV)(M)(CT)

    Deb Scroggins, M.S.R.S., R.T.(R)(CV)(M)(CT)

    Deb is the associate program director and assistant professor for the computed tomography and vascular-interventional program at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. She is registered in radiography, computed tomography, cardiovascular interventional technology and mammography. Deb worked as an interventional radiology technologist at the Toledo Hospital, then moved to Texas, where she joined the faculty at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and then served as education coordinator for the interventional radiology and computed tomography program. She later transitioned to Galveston Community College, where she served as program director for the radiography, CT, MR and mammography programs and then as dean of health sciences. Deb has written several articles and exam review books and has been a reviewer for the J.B. Lippincott Publishing Company. She has presented on a variety of topics at local, state and national conferences and is an active member of several professional organizations.

    Course

    A Simplified Review of the Brain From a Cross-sectional Perspective

     


     
  • Ryan Smith, D.H.Sc., CNMT

    Ryan Smith, D.H.Sc., CNMT

    Dr. Smith is an associate professor for the University of Findlay in Ohio. He also serves as the chair for the university’s diagnostic services department, overseeing the nuclear medicine technology, PET-CT, sonography, health informatics, medical laboratory science and health care management programs. He graduated from the University of Findlay Nuclear Medicine Institute with a bachelor’s degree in nuclear medicine technology. He also earned a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Findlay and a doctor of health science degree from Nova Southeastern University. He is a member of the ASRT and has served as a Nuclear Medicine Chapter delegate and chairman. He also serves as a site visitor for the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology. Dr. Smith has written extensively on topics related to patient care, diversity, infection control, nuclear cardiology and other procedures.

    Course

    Radioiodine Therapy for Hyperthyroidism and Thyroid Carcinoma

     


     
  • Zachary Smith, M.B.A., R.T.(R)(T)

    Zachary Smith, M.B.A., R.T.(R)(T)

    Zack is a radiation therapist with more than 25 years of experience. He is the director of radiation oncology and respiratory care for the Baton Rouge General Pennington Cancer Center, where he has worked for 20 years. He completed his radiation therapy training at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and earned his master of business administration from the University of Phoenix. Zack was recognized in 2013 with a National Innovator Award from the Association of Community Cancer Centers for developing an emergency charting system for radiation oncology patients and again in 2016 for using telemedicine in radiation oncology. He also created a pet therapy program at his facility, where therapy dogs visit the in-patient oncology area. Zack earned a Lean Six Sigma green belt and has used the tools to reduce wasted effort, decrease treatment planning and patient wait times, and increase employee and patient satisfaction at his facility. In addition, he lectures at the local, state, national and international level.

    Course

    Employee Engagement vs. Employee Satisfaction: What’s the Difference?

     


     
  • Michaela Spurling, B.S., R.T.(R)(M)

    Michaela Spurling, B.S., R.T.(R)(M)

    Michaela is a registered technologist with more than 15 years of experience in health care and leadership. She is using her strong clinical background — in patient care, mammography, biopsy, quality control, workflow and multivendor mammography units — in her role as women’s health imaging clinical consultant for Siemens’ Healthineers, Women’s Health. Before joining Siemens a year ago, she spent 13 years at CHI Saint Elizabeth, working as a mammographer. Michaela left her lead mammography technologist position to serve as clinical sales specialist with Siemens, where she helps the sales division with education, serves as after-purchase liaison and provides clinical support and image impression. Her passion for good health, her business management skills and her experience in leadership and marketing led her to open a fitness business a few years ago. She also gives mammography presentations to women, where she shares the latest technologies, statistics and recommendations.

    Courses

    Siemens Healthineers: Optimize Your Mammography Positioning

    Siemens Healthineers: Optimize Your Mammography Positioning (Repeat)

     


     
  • Kelly Starek 

    Kelly A. Starek, B.A., R.T.(R)(M)

    Kelly has more than 20 years of experience in the health care profession. She joined Siemens Healthineers in 2006 as a clinical education specialist in the women’s health line and was also a clinical education instructor in the organization’s Cary, North Carolina, training center. For the past seven years, she has worked as an education development specialist, creating and managing the education portfolio for the mammography and biopsy systems. This includes not only material for the current portfolio but new product rollouts as well. Kelly’s educational background includes an associate degree in radiologic technology from Cuyahoga Community College and a bachelor’s degree in business and event management from Stephens College. Before starting her career with Siemens, she held various staff mammography technologist and chief mammography technologist roles in several fast-paced clinical settings in Ohio and South Carolina.

    Courses

    Siemens Healthineers: Optimize Your Mammography Positioning

    Siemens Healthineers: Optimize Your Mammography Positioning (Repeat)

     


     
  • Jackie Turk, M.Ed., R.T.(R)(CT)(MR)

    Jackie Turk, M.Ed., R.T.(R)(CT)(MR)

    Jackie has experience in many levels of medical imaging. She has worked as a staff technologist, educator and operations manager, and has worked in hospitals, outpatient centers and with an imaging vendor. She currently works as a magnetic resonance instructor for Lakeland Community College. Jackie has a bachelor’s degree in allied health and a master’s degree in education, specializing in adult learning and development. She is registered in radiography, computed tomography and magnetic resonance. Jackie is a past president of the Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists and has served in almost every other capacity for the OSRT. In addition, she has served in numerous capacities for ASRT, including Ohio affiliate, CT delegate and MR delegate. Jackie serves as chairman of and the MR representative to the Practice Standards Council and. She also has lectured at numerous local, state and regional conferences.

    Course

    Governance and Affiliate 101

     


     
  • Beth Weber, M.P.H., R.T.(R), RDMS, CRA, FASRT

    Beth Weber, M.P.H., R.T.(R), RDMS, CRA, FASRT

    Beth has been the director of imaging services and privacy officer for Avera Heart Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, since 2000. She received a master’s degree in public health with a certificate in health care executive studies from the University of Minnesota in 2007. Her professional experience spans 30 years and includes roles as a diagnostic radiologic technologist, sonographer, chief technologist and director of imaging services. She has contributed to the American Society of Radiologic Technologists since 1990. Beth is serving in her second year as the speaker of the ASRT House of Delegates and previously served two years as vice speaker.

    Course

    Governance and Affiliate 101

     


     
  • Kelli Welch Haynes, Ed.D., R.T.(R)

    Kelli Welch Haynes, Ed.D., R.T.(R)

    Kelli is a tenured professor and program director for the radiologic sciences program at Northwestern State University in Shreveport, Louisiana. Dr. Haynes has a bachelor of science degree from NSU, a master of science degree from Midwestern State University and a doctorate of education in curriculum and instruction from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. She has published several articles and delivered more than 90 presentations at the state, regional, national and international levels. Dr. Haynes serves as chairman of the board for the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences, as site visitor for the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, and as a Radiologic Technologist Editorial Review Board member for the American Society of Radiologic Technologists. In addition, she is co-author of the textbook, Radiation Protection in Medical Radiography.

    Course

    Elevating the Profession

     


     
  • Joseph Whitton, M.S., R.T.(R)(CT)(MR)

    Joseph Whitton, M.S., R.T.(R)(CT)(MR)

    Joe is clinical assistant professor and program director in radiologic technology for Stony Brook University in New York. He has been an educator since 1990. Joe earned a bachelor of science degree in radiologic technology from Long Island University and a master of science degree in health care policy and management from Stony Brook University. He is certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists in radiography, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. Joe has been active in the New York State Society of Radiologic Sciences for 25 years, serving in many positions on the board of directors, including as president. He also serves on the American Society of Radiologic Technologists Board of Directors as vice speaker of the ASRT House of Delegates.

    Course

    Governance and Affiliate 101

     


     
  • Catherine Wolfe, M.A.

    Catherine Wolfe, M.A.

    Cathy, senior director of global marketing and communications for Canon Medical Systems USA, is responsible for building visibility and perception of Canon Medical through integrated marketing, using external and internal communications. She joined Canon Medical (formerly Toshiba) in 1989 as public relations manager and has held marketing positions with expanding levels of management responsibility. Cathy has a bachelor’s degree in communications from California State University and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Chapman University. She has been published in a variety of publications and spoken at industry conferences on communications, marketing and leadership topics. She received Canon Medical Systems USA President’s Made for Life Award in 2018 and has been named OC Metro’s 20 Women to Watch. Her team’s work has been recognized nationally by a variety of organizations.

    Course

    Is Leadership Your Super Power?