The College of Health Sciences Celebrates
Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, the College of Health Sciences is recognizing several of its 'Accomplished Graduates' from the various programs in the college. The College of Health Sciences is committed to preparing tomorrow's healthcare leaders by providing quality professional education that meets the needs of its diverse constituencies.



Zoe Harvey, B.S., Relief Charge Nurse,
Floor Nurse
Skyline Medical Center
Nashville, TN
Class of 2013

Dental Hygiene

Cassandra Holder Ballard, Ed. D.
Associate Professor at University of Tennessee
Health Science Center
College of Dentistry
Memphis, TN
Dental Hygiene
Class of 1983

Physical Therapy

Sedric Cooper, PT, DPT. Clinical Director at Encore Rehabilitation
Hoover, Alabama
Physical Therapy
Class of 2009


occupational therapy

Willie Haynes, MOT, OTR/L
VA - Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Howard University, Adjunct Faculty of Clinical Kinesiology
Washington, DC
Occupational Therapy
Class of 2010

Speech Therapy

Alyssa Conger, M.S. CCC-SLP Independent
Contractor for the Upper Cumberland area
Current president of the Tennessee Association of Audiologists & Speech-Language Pathologists (TAASLP)
Speech Pathology & Audiology
Class of 2012

Health Sciences

Rodneyka Mack, Director of Patient
Services -West Plains Medical Complex
Dodge City, Kansas
Public Health
Class of 2014


Angela Person-Hogan, B.S. CMC, CPC
Manager for Coding & Billing Departments
Meharry Medical College
Nashville, TN
Health Information Management
Class of 2016

 Robert Cox

Robert Cox, BS, RRT
Senior Respiratory Therapist & Respiratory Manager
Select Specialty Hospital
Nashville, TN
Cardio-Respiratory Care
Class of 1998


DesTriney Fleming, Rehabilitation Technician
Goldson Spine Rehabilitation Center
South Florida
Human Performance Sports Sciences
Class of 2016



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Experience outstanding clinical placements, learn from exceptional faculty, pursue your research investigations, and immerse yourself in TSU’s challenging and accredited health-related academic programs that prepare you to achieve the same high pass rate on licensing examinations as our current students.

You’ll also get comfortable with educating the community on important issues by delivering seminars, workshops, health fairs, consultations, and other health-related programs, events, and activities to individuals and organizations in the Nashville metro area.

Nashville Healthcare Community 

When you graduate, you’ll be ready to take advantage of Nashville’s well-regarded health care employment environment with its many opportunities in clinical practice, administration, teaching, and service at public and private hospitals, clinics, educational institutions, industries, and businesses.

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