SPH student wins national honor for excellence through diversity

February 15, 2018

By Sally Crocker

Carolyn Guidry receives award UNTHSC DrPH student Carolyn Bradley-Guidry, MPAS, PA-C, CPH, has received national recognition for her service and citizenship in the area of diversity and inclusion.

Bradley-Guidry, Assistant Professor in the UT Southwestern (UTSW) Department of Physician Assistant (PA) Studies, was recently promoted to Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the UTSW School of Health Professions.

For her work as Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the UTSW PA program, she received recognition at the 2017 annual Physician Assistant Education Association Education Forum in Denver, where the PA program was awarded the Diversity Through Excellence Award.

Bradley-Guidry credits her educational training in the DrPH program with enhancing her leadership and advocacy skills. She plans to complete her DrPH degree from the UNTHSC School of Public Health in 2019.

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