Date:April 03, 2018

Brooke Doherty, Student Programs Manager



  • Five years of service.
  • A. in Psychology – Industrial and Organizational Psychology Concentration & MBA-HCA Candidate.
  • Bachelors in Psychology: University of Missouri – St. Louis
  • Master in Business Administration – Health Care Administration (candidate): Lindenwood University.


Main Role

  • Managing campus relations and student engagement.
  • Responsible for the managing on-campus events, guest lectures and career fairs as well as attending national conferences.
  • Support operations teams in the field and the recruiting team to understand area staffing needs,
  • New grad sourcing and recruitment, building a pipeline of candidates for referral from clinical internship placements or candidates.


Why do you like your job?

Making a difference and helping others by being a resource that contributes to the success and achievement of our clinical internship students while they are on site with us. I have the ability to play a part in promoting today’s clinical student to tomorrow’s rock star clinician.

What motivates you to do what you do every day?

My internal drive to become an expert in my role motivates me. Knowing each new day is one day closer to where I have the opportunity to learn, make mistakes, succeed, fail, meet someone new, make a difference in someone’s day, let someone make my day, be kinder than expected, challenge myself and others to be better than yesterday, and reflect integrity and virtue into my actions.

Professional Words of Wisdom

  • Find a mentor: In a great mentorship the mentor doesn’t just care about the thing you’re learning, they care about how your life goes. They are with you for the long haul. They are willing to say “No,” and to tell you what you’re doing is wrong. Those kinds of relationships yield outsized results in terms of future success and happiness.
  • Take responsibility for your mistakes: The ability to own your mistakes is virtuous. This allows you to learn from your mistake as well as move forward in the right direction.