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Staff and Faculty Corner: Debbie Byrd

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Get to Know Your Favorite Office Manager, Debbie Byrd.


May 21st was my 10th anniversary as an employee of Antonelli College. I have had numerous jobs in my life. I’ve worked in banks, doctor offices, a health club, and even managed a Goodwill store. I have volunteered in a self-help group for people with MS, and worked on an ambulance as an EMT for a rescue squad. All were learning experiences, and all helped make me what I am today.

As exciting as these were, I always wanted to work in an office. In high school, I took every type of office class I could, and learned things we don’t even use today. Antonelli gave me a home, giving me a place to use all that information. It has also given me the satisfaction of knowing that in my own little way I am doing my part to send our students out into the work force, ready to tackle anything that life throws at them.

When I am not at work, I am at home taking care of my husband, and my home. I enjoy gardening, painting, and making jewelry.

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Flue Season is Coming! Here are some tips to keep you and your loved ones healthy.

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Fever, aches, runny nose and much worse can befall you if you’re not careful in protecting yourself from the flu. Between school, work, and taking care of your family, you’re probably far too busy to fall ill.  Taking a few simple steps can help prevent the flu (and even colds) from disrupting your life, so you can stay on task.

One way to prevent seasonal flu is to wash your hands frequently. Wash after you shake hands with anyone, after you use the restroom, and before you eat. A thorough washing is best, which means at least 20 seconds with soapy water. When you get home from school or work or anywhere else with high risk, it’s also a good idea to change your clothes as well as wash your hands.

Also, remember to keep your hands away from your face. If you do have any germs on your hands, you can at least prevent them from getting in your body by making sure not to touch your nose, mouth or eyes: all common places for germs to get in.

Another to consider: take care of yourself. A healthy immune system can fight off the germs that sneak in. Get plenty of sleep, eat a balanced diet with lots of vitamin-rich fruits and vegetables, stay active, and drink plenty of water.

Finally, the best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get vaccinated every year.

Everyone six months of age and older should get a flu vaccine every season. There are plenty of great reasons to get your flu vaccine:

  • Flu vaccination can keep you from getting sick with flu.
  • Flu vaccination is incredibly safe; it will not give you the flu.
  • Flu vaccination is an important preventive tool for people with chronic health conditions.
  • Vaccination helps protect women during and after pregnancy. Getting vaccinated can also protect a baby after birth from flu. (Mom passes antibodies onto the developing baby during her pregnancy.)
  • Getting vaccinated yourself also protects people around you, including those who are more vulnerable to serious flu illness, like babies and young children, older people, and people with certain chronic health conditions.
  • In the event that you do fall ill, flu vaccination also can make your illness milder.

 

For more information about the flu and flu vaccinations go to The Center for Disease Control and Prevention website at https://www.cdc.gov/flu/index.htm, and talk to your doctor.

Jennifer Adamson and Linda Bueno, RN, MEd

 

 

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Faculty and Staff Corner: Deb Merry

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It is an honor to be asked to give you a little insight into my past and current experience(s). On January 1, 2017, I was promoted to Department Chair for Medical Billing and Coding and also to work with Medical Assistant students finishing up their studies. My work experience includes 30+ years within the field of Medical Billing and Coding/Healthcare Administration. I have worked for physician offices, hospital and nursing facilities, and even worked on the side of insurance carriers.

 Like many of you, I waited to complete my education until I was older, in December of 2004, and completed a Master Degree in Healthcare Administration in 2011. I understand the struggles our students have with working full-time, taking care of a household, and even taking care of children, while trying to obtain your education.

 On a personal note, I am the mother of two sons. One is married with 4 awesome children, all of whom I totally adore. My oldest grandson graduates this year and will attend Florida State University. My youngest son lives with me, due to a permanent disability.

I have loved working with each and every student here at Antonelli. Taking my experience and education and passing it forward to those who want a successful future, gives me inspiration and motivation each day. Thank you, Antonelli College and students, for giving me the opportunity to share with each of you, the experience and knowledge that I have gained over the years. I cannot think of a better place to be.

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Faculty and Staff Corner: Jerrett Dean

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Growing up, I imagined myself playing in the NFL. I attended Roger Bacon High school where I received a football scholarship to Bowling Green University. After leaving Bowling Green, I found myself going from job to job trying to find my place in life. In 2005, I started at Antonelli College as a receptionist through a temporary agency. After only six short months in that position, the director of the school, Traci Fletcher, decided to bring me on fulltime. I spent the next two years working at the front desk before I decided, for personal reasons, to move to Las Vegas, Nevada. I quickly realized life in the “Sin City” wasn’t for me. I found myself at a crossroads and decided to return home to Cincinnati. I was unaware at the time that this move would change my professional life forever.

When I returned, I found that Antonelli had an opening in the financial aid department. Excited to rejoin the team, I applied. Upon hire, I found my true passion. Being able to help students through the process of obtaining financial aid and making their dreams a reality, gave me more satisfaction than I ever imagined. Working at Antonelli has changed my life. It not only provided me with a career but it also helped inspire me to become an entrepreneur.  Though football will always be a passion, I now have a purpose.

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Faculty and Staff Corner: Andrea Millette

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Andrea Millette earned her BFA from the Savannah College of Art & Design in 1994, and her MFA in Photography from the Academy of Art University. Prior to her time teaching at Antonelli, Andrea worked as a digital assistant and digital retoucher in a commercial photography studio, and was a staff photographer and writer for a weekly Cincinnati newspaper. In 1998 she became a full time photography Instructor in the Photography Department, and was promoted to Department Chair in 2005. Throughout her time at Antonelli, Andrea has been teaching traditional photography, digital imaging, and considers her specialties the History of Photography and Alternative Imaging techniques.

Beyond the classroom, she creates and exhibits her fine art photography in regional galleries and showcases. A long-time soccer player – having played for the Savannah College of Art and Design’s team – she is a big fan of the English Premier League team Arsenal, and is a season ticket holder for FC Cincinnati. When she can, she also is an avid motorcycle and vintage scooter rider, having ridden in rallies in England, Belgium and France with her international vintage club.

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Welcome to Dr. Thembi Carr!
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