President-elect Board of Director Nominee -Angie Arnold, M.Ed., R.T. (R)

Angie Arnold is an Associate Professor and Department Chair/Program Director of the Radiologic Technology Program at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio. Angie received her radiography associate degree from Sinclair Community College, a Bachelor Degree in Health Care Administration from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, and a Master of Education degree from the University of Cincinnati. Throughout her career she has presented at state radiologic technology conferences in OH, WV, MI, KY, IN, and NJ and was a co-presenter at a national AEIRS conference. She has also been a site visitor for the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology over fifteen years and currently serves as a Site Visitor Team Chair. Angie is a past-President of the Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists, and has served the OSRT board for many years in many capacities. She has also served the American Society of Radiologic Technologists as an Education Chapter Delegate, Ohio Affiliate Delegate, and as a member of the most recent ASRT Radiography Curriculum Revision Work Group.

Board of Director Nominee -Donna J Endicott, M.Ed.,R.T.(R)
Donna Endicott has been a certified radiographer (ARRT) for thirty-seven years. For many years, Donna has been employed as an educator serving as the Radiography/MRI Program Director at Xavier University and she enjoys working with students and radiographers. She has been an active member of OSRT since 1981. She served as co-chair of the OSRT Quiz Bowl Committee for 4 years and was previously elected to serve as Director for the Board for a 2-year term. In addition, Donna has been selected to serve as a speaker, presenting at three OSRT Annual Meetings. She is proud of her past service in OSRT and looks forward to being of service to the membership again as a Director. She appreciates your vote of support.

Board of Director Nominee -Amanda Golsch, B.S., R.T.(R)(MR)
In 2006, Amanda Golsch joined Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) as the Clinical Manager of Interventional Radiology. This position allowed her to utilize skills as an imaging professional while expanding her knowledge in the business sector of healthcare. Amanda learned about leadership, effective communication and management skills, increased multitasking abilities, budgeting, supply chain management, and scheduling employees. She decided to move to the Imaging Research Center (IRC) in 2008. The IRC focuses not only on the uses of single voxel Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, fMRI, and DSCE MRI in the pediatric population, but also the use of G.E., Philips, and outside collaborators for protocol development. In 2011 Amanda became an Adjunct Professor for the University of Cincinnati/Blue Ash College. She led the S.T.E.M initiative to aid in increasing science, technology, engineering, and math education. She has served as secretary of the Kentucky Chapter of the S.M.R.T. In 2012, Amanda moved to the Department of Information Systems at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. She is an Epic Radiant certified Business Analyst. She also is an employee of AnimalScan where she maintains her MRI skills scanning companion animals. Amanda is currently appointed to the Technology committee of the OSRT and felt privileged when the OSRT invited her to be as a speaker at the 2012 conference in Columbus, Ohio.

Board of Director Nominee -Elizabeth Hemme, BSRT, R.T.(R)(CT)
Elizabeth Hemme is very interested in becoming a member of the OSRT Board of Directors. She joined the Society in 2009 while she was a radiologic technology student at the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College (UCBA). As a student member, she served on the 2010 Annual Meeting Committee. After graduating, Elizabeth wanted to concentrate on furthering her education, career and family. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Radiation Science Technology, a post-primary certification in CT and had a baby by December 2011. (Check, check and check!). Since 2010, Elizabeth has served as a staff radiographer and CT technologist at a local community hospital. Last year, she started working as the Associate Clinical Coordinator for the Radiologic Technology Program at UCBA. She again became actively involved with the OSRT as a volunteer serving the 2013 Annual Meeting Committee. This year she has also been appointed to serve on the 2014 Annual Meeting Committee as well and as a contributing editor for OSRT’s Cardinal Rays newsletter. Starting in 2014, Elizabeth will be more involved with the editing process and will oversee the Student Cardinal Rays newsletter. She has enjoyed volunteering and would love to put her positive, honest and hardworking self to even greater use for the OSRT. Elizabeth is grateful for your consideration!

Board of Director Nominee -Barbara Swartz, ASRA, R.T.(R)(CT)
Barbara Swartz is currently employed as the Clinical Instructor/Staff Educator for Akron Children's Hospital Mahoning Valley. She initially obtained her radiography education through a certificate program. To perform the job of Clinical Instructor, Barbara enrolled in college to complete her Associate's Degree in December, 2012. Barbara realized that it is never too late to learn and truly value to education. She continues her pursuit of higher education moving on to a Bachelor's Degree and will move on to a Fast Track to Master's Program next year. Barbara currently authors monthly continuing education, approved through ASRT. She believes education is essential in creating an exemplary diagnostic imaging department. She is currently enrolled in Lean Sigma Six where she is implementing a career ladder for diagnostic imaging professionals. She has also submitted a program through the hospital’s I Have An Idea program for "Future Leaders of Children's". Through her extended education she realizes that you don't have to have a title to be a leader. Barbara believes everyone can be a leader in their own right and she feels that this directly leads to increased job satisfaction, improved patient care and overall a better work environment for everyone involved.

Board of Director Nominee -Shellie Warino, M.Ed., R.T.(R)(T)
Shellie Warino is the clinical coordinator of the radiation therapy at Kent State University. Shellie practiced as a radiographer for 9 years and a radiation therapist for 16 years prior to working in the field of education for the past 8 years. She is a site visitor for the JRCERT, a two time recipient of the ASRT Elekta‘s Educator Scholarship, has served on the OSRT 2012 annual meeting committee and is presently serving on OSRT the fund raising committee for the upcoming 2014 annual meeting. Shellie earned a certificate in radiography and radiation therapy, a Bachelor of Science degree in allied health and a master degree in health education. Shellie has presented ASRT approved CE credits on the local, state and national levels and published in the radiation therapist journal and provided test banks and lesson plans for the Principles and Practice Radiation Therapy textbook. Shellie serves as the president elect for the volunteer leadership community for the American Cancer in Mahoning County, is a board member for an upcoming cancer wellness center in her area, is a provisional member of the Women's Junior League of Youngstown, and is a lector at her church.


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