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ATSU-ASHS alumna elected to nonprofit board for seniors in Rhode Island

October 17, 2018
Posted In: Alumni Headlines, Arizona Campus, ASHS

A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) alumna Jodi Glass, AuD, ’02, was recently elected to Aldersbridge Communities Board. Dr. Glass will serve as a trustee for the nonprofit organization, which provides long-term care, skilled nursing, rehabilitation, and independent living services for seniors in Rhode Island.

This honor is one of many for Dr. Glass over her 40 years in audiology. In her four-decade career, Dr. Glass has become an accomplished practitioner in the medical field and her various communities. She was the first audiologist in the United States certified in the Music and Memory program for adults with dementia and Alzheimer’s, founded “Dorothy’s House” for LGBTQ seniors in the area, and served on the advisory board for SAGE Rhode Island for four years serving as an advocate for LGBTQ seniors.

Congratulations to Dr. Glass on the newest accomplishment in her professional career!

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