Hear their stories: Black women in health education leadership

We asked Black women leaders in the Wayne State Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences to share their experiences building their careers. First, in this short clip, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Mary K. Clark shares an action everyone can take to support Black colleagues and peers. 

Watch Dr. Clark, Radiation Therapy Technology Program Director Dr. Jeannetta Greer and Occupational Therapy Program Director Dr. Doreen Head describe their journeys and how they succeeded at rising to the top.





An anchor in urban health care 
The Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is built on more than 100 years of tradition and innovation in the heart of Detroit. We have grown deep roots in our city, harnessing its powerhouse hospital systems and community service organizations as vibrant, real-world training grounds for students, with an ongoing focus on social justice in health care. And our research at all levels – from undergraduates to veteran faculty members – translates into creative solutions for healthier communities.

Wayne State University is a premier urban research institution offering approximately 350 academic programs through 13 schools and colleges to more than 25,000 students.

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