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ASRT Names 2023 Student to Leadership Development Program Alumni of the Year

Apr 14, 2023
Ryan Appold
Lee Page, R.T.(R)

The American Society of Radiologic Technologists has named Lee Page, R.T.(R), as the 2023 Student to Leadership Development Program Alumni of the Year. Page was selected for this honor by the ASRT Committee on the Student to Leadership Development Program.

Page was part of a cohort of nearly 100 students who took part in the 2020 ASRT Annual Governance and House of Delegates Meeting remotely hosted in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

He is a 2021 graduate of the radiologic technology program at the University of Hartford in Connecticut. As a student, Page was an executive member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, inducted into the National Honor Society for Radiologic and Imaging Sciences and was selected to co-chair the Connecticut Society of Radiologic Technologists Student Committee.

Page has been an active member of the CSRT and is currently serving his second year on the board of directors as secretary. He has served as chair of the student committee, co-chaired the scholarship committee and serves on other CSRT work groups and task forces.

On the national level, Page was selected to serve as a sergeant-at-arms at the 2023 ASRT Annual Governance and House of Delegates Meeting and will serve as an ASRT Region 9 representative of the Committee on R.T. Advocacy starting in July 2023. In addition, in April 2022, ICE Magazine featured Page in an article and named him as a rising star.

A U.S. Navy veteran, Page served with U.S. Navy submarine force for five years and an additional three years in the Navy Reserves. Currently, he works as an adjunct clinical instructor for the University of Hartford, in West Hartford, Connecticut, is a technologist at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital in New London, Connecticut, and is pursuing a master’s degree in research methods measurements and evaluation at the University of Connecticut.