Nancy Head was a single mother with five children under the age of 14. They endured hard days, what she calls “the lean years.” She credits the ministry they received from Christians of various faith traditions for bringing them through. Head says needs aren’t always material. A welfare check doesn’t heal the kinds of wounds divorce and poverty cause. But the love of Christ does.
Listen as Nancy shares her incredible journey with Dr. Joey. A journey that included her earning a bachelor’s degree in English at Penn State, and continued as she embarked on a career in journalism and later a career in teaching.
Dr. Lynn Anthony is Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at Wake Forest University.
She also serves as a Professor of Radiology, Pediatrics and Biomedical Engineering at Wake Forest School of Medicine.
Hear Lynn chat with Dr. Joey about how her faith guides her medicine and her interactions with fellow team members.
Matt Troup is a servant leader. An authentic healthcare executive focused on building teams, especially during times of transition and change. A person who approaches challenges with the vigor, purpose, work ethic, and passion worthy of his calling.
Troup creates success by listening intently, collaborating for breakthrough strategies, and developing partnerships with physicians, co-workers and many other stakeholders, an innovative spirit thrives.
Listen as Mark talks about how relationships and core values guide his decisions.
Maria R. Nebres is an accomplished Leader, Consultant, Personal & Professional Coach, and internationally published author with more than 25 years of success across the healthcare, financial service, pharmaceutical, translation service, food and beverage, technology, and research and development industries.
Listen as Maria talks with Dr. Joey about how her faith guides her work, and the challenges that has presented.