Amarillo Women's Network honors six women - Amarillo Globe-News
Amarillo Women’s Network will present its annual Career and Lifetime Achievement Awards on March 7.
Career Achievement Award honorees are grant manager Sharon Felts of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center/Amarillo Breast Center of Excellence; regional manager Brenda Holland of Community Service and Economic Development at Xcel Energy; vice president Alice Jackson of Rates & Regulatory Affairs at Xcel Energy; West Texas A&M University dean of fine arts and humanities Dr. Jessica Mallard and WT sports and exercise sciences department head Lorna Strong.
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Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Names New School of Medicine Dean and Executive Vice President for Clinical Affairs
John C. DeToledo, M.D., has been named the TTUHSC School of Medicine dean and executive vice president for clinical affairs.