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Nydia Chatman, MEd

Nydia Chatman, staff member at Lourdes University, has worked in education for more than 20 years. Receiving her bachelor’s degree in Ethnic Studies with a minor in Education from Bowling Green State University and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Argosy University, Ms. Chatman taught third grade early in her career but soon discovered … Continued

Dawn AuBuchon, DNAP

Dr. Dawn AuBuchon is a faculty member at Lourdes University and Director of the Master of Science in Nursing—Nurse Anesthesia Program. A Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, Dr. AuBuchon was inspired to pursue a career in nursing after her father was diagnosed with a brain tumor when she was just 12 years old. “This was my … Continued

Rx for Health

Personal health and wellbeing is an important part of everyone’s daily life. Whether you are focused on improving your health, establishing better eating habits, becoming more fit or maintaining your wellness, there are many professionals and organizations available to assist. Meet two accomplished nursing graduates and Lourdes faculty and staff who are focused on educating … Continued

Leesa Plotner Sutton, Vice President

An accomplished professional, Leesa Plotner Sutton has made her mark in the manufacturing and, most recently, the technology and communications industries. As Vice President of AVATAR, LLC, a local digital marketing and software company, she leads an energetic and talented team in providing bold digital solutions to sales and business challenges. A renaissance individual, Ms. … Continued

Ray DeAustria, Technology Associate

In his information technology position at Savage & Associates, Ray DeAustria sees his role as a “soldier up front protecting everything behind you.” Whether he is creating or developing a new web internal-interface for Office 365, providing cybersecurity analysis or assisting with system administration operations or multiple company-wide projects, he appreciates the challenges and accomplishments. … Continued

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