(1) “Probationary Membership” under Article III is removed.(2) Revision in paragraph 2 under Article IV to bar officers from other student organizations from being officers in HSA due to conflict of interest.(3) Bylaw Article 1.1 AND 1.2 sections (b) removes “Curriculum Committee Meetings, General Faculty meetings, Associates Advisory Board Meetings” as part of VP of Operations and President’s duties.(4) Bylaw 1.2 section (c) is removed for duties of VP operations. “Meetings, and any additional meetings as called by the Program Director.”(5) Bylaw 1.3 section (e) is removed for duties of VP of PR. “Maintain and update new member email distribution list with VP of Finance of HSA.”(6) “Shall attend officer meetings as well as add value” is added to the list of responsibilities for each officer in bylaws.(7) Bylaw 1.5 section (e) is removed for undergrad rep duty. “Will each be responsible for co-coordinating at least one event with a fellow HSA officer throughout the academic year.”(8) Bylaw 1.6 section (a) was changed from “2013-2014” to “2017-2018.”(9) Under Article II, section 2.2 (a) was edited to reflect nomination process being handled by operations.(10) Under Article II, section 2.3 (a), election time was changed from “month of August” to “start of fall semester.”(11) Under Article II, section 2.5 (a) and (b), Emergency student body elections for vacant president and other officer positions were changed to placements by executive council.(12) Article II, section 2.6 on “Committees” was removed.(13) Article III, section 3.2 (d) was removed. “Members are expected to make their best effort to be involved in committees.”(14) Article IV, section 4.1 (b), summer semester dues information was removed.(15) Under Article V, section 5.1 (a), the word “encouraged” was added.(16) Under Article V, section 5.2 (a), the word “shall” was changed to “may.”(17) Under Article V, section 5.3 (a), information about the “community service project” was removed.(18) Under Article V, section 5.4 (c), responsibility of meeting minutes was changed from VP of Operations to VP of Finance.(19) Under Article VI, section 6.1 (i) and (ii), impeachment process changed from active membership involvement to executive council majority vote and faculty advisor approval.(20) Under Article VIII, section 8.2 (a) iv, ACHE “International Conference” was changed to “any ACHE conference” and points for event changed from 2 to 3.
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|General Body Meetings||($43.00)|
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|UHCL Giving Tuesday Donation||($10.00)|
|Honor Cords for Members||($32.48)|
|Student Conference Reimbursement||($1,244.00)|
Ramona Lobo, President
“Leaders unite people and teams by building trust, not walls”
My name is Ramona Lobo. I was born in Doha-Qatar and I completed my Bachelors in Dental Surgery (B.D.S.) from Bangalore, India. I am currently in the MHA/MBA graduate program at UHCL. Being a dentist and administrative professional, I am knowledgeable in clinical care and skilled in communication, teamwork, and conflict resolution. Healthcare has always been my passion and as an upcoming healthcare professional, I look forward to developing ways to improving patients’ access to early treatment and bringing about operational discipline in practice performances.
Neha Singh, Vice President of PR & Communications
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world”
Hello fellow HADM students. I am Neha Singh .I am currently pursuing MHA/MBA at University of Houston Clear Lake.I earned my Bachelors in Medicine and Surgery,from B.P koirala Institute of Health Sciences. My Long term goal is to be an effective Health Care Administrator, providing quality,cost effective and accessible health care services to the community.
Grace Itiowe, Vice President of Operations
“A good leader earns the confidence of others through integrity, while balancing sensitivity with responsibility.”
Howdy! Grace Itiowe is my name.I am currently pursuing MHA/MBA at University of Houston Clear Lake. I earned my Bachelors in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Jos. A profound interest in the Operations of the healthcare system is what drives my goal to become an outstanding CEO delivering safe and excellent care in the near future.
Seher Munivar, Vice President of Finance
“Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.”
My name is Seher Munivar.. I graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Exercise Science. I am currently receiving an MHA/MBA from the University of Houston Clear Lake. My long term goal is to become a hospital administrator at a pediatric hospital and implement policies that ensure optimal services are provided.
Michelle Mendez, Director of PR & Communications
“Success doesn’t come from what you do occasionally. It comes from what you do consistently.”
My name is Michelle Mendez. I received my Bachelors in Exercise Sport Science from Texas Tech University in 2012. I’m currently pursuing an MHA and hope to one day be force of action in Washington for healthcare reform. In the meantime, I currently work full-time for MedCenter TMJ as an Administrative Assistant and love watching our patients transform after treatment of a life-altering disorder . I enjoy watching college football (Go Red Raiders! WRECK ‘EM!), going to music festivals, and working with my dog, Max, to become a Therapy Pet.
Taha Gilani, Director of Operations
Hello! I’m Taha.. I migrated to the US in 2009 from a little country called Kuwait. I graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the University of Houston and am currently pursuing the joint MHA/MBA degree at UH-Clear Lake. I hope to run operations for a major hospital one day and redirect the focus in medicine to patient-centered care. I can’t wait to see what we have in store for the next year!
Neida Juarez, Events Coordinator
“First rule of leadership: everything is your fault.” – A Bug’s Life
My name is Neida Juarez, I am the event planner of HSA. I am currently enrolled at ACC to obtain my Associates of Applied Science in Neurodiagnostics Technology, and I am also enrolled at UHCL to obtain my Bachelors of Applied Science in Healthcare Services. I will graduate from ACC Fall of 2017 and then graduate from UHCL in Spring of 2018. I plan to continue my education and pursue my Masters in Healthcare Administration at UHCL after graduation. My long-term goal is to become a Director of Neurodiagnostics Services.
Ryan Nixon, SGA Representative
“Live your best life everyday, Love and Laugh often.”
Greetings my fellow healthcare majors! I’m Ryan Nixon. I am currently pursuing my Bachelors in Healthcare Administration and expect to graduate in December 2018. Following graduation, I hope to enter into graduate school with the long-term goal to be President of a hospital. I currently work as a Tissue Recovery Specialist at Lifegift. I find great meaning in my job knowing that I help improve the lives of countless people every day!
John Miller, SGA Representative
Hey everyone! My name is John, I am currently pursuing a Bachelors in Healthcare Administration. I hope to enter into academia and teach students all about healthcare administration. Before coming to UHCL, I served in the armed forces where I gained invaluable knowledge and skills in leadership.
HSA’s guest speaker, Diane Scardino, shared a very inspiring talk regarding the daily decisions leaders are faced with in Healthcare. To overcome daily obstacles and make the best decisions, Diane suggested that each of us develop a personal definition of leadership and apply it daily as a reminder of the leaders we want to be.
On behalf of The HSA officers and members, we would like to thank Diane Scardino for joining us and sharing a very inspiring talk on Texas Children’s Hospital and Leadership.
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The Agenda will be announced timely before each meeting. Any further changes to the schedule will be updated on this page, and via email.
We invite fellow HSA members and all HADM students to join the HSA Officers and share in the experiences of our association.
See you there!
Your HSA Officer team.
Dear HSA members and Healthcare Administration Students,
HSA invites you to join us on Wednesday, February 3, 2016, 6 pm conference room #131 at UHCL-TMC campus to welcome our new members, introduce new officers, and discuss what we have in store for HSA this Spring.
Membership and dues
Please be prepared to pay your $35 annual membership at the meeting; this fee will secure your membership, as well as ensure you receive multiple opportunities to enhance your network and knowledge in the healthcare field.
We want to thank Ashley Milhouse for participating in our HSA/ACHE Involvement survey, and congratulations on winning a free one-year HSA membership for 2016.
HSA Officer Team.
Please continue to periodically check our site for updates on events, and honor chord point opportunities. Questions? E-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beginning with the Spring Semester 2016, HSA has new officers on Board. Short Bio and pictures will follow soon. Congratulations to all new officers!
Current HSA officers are:
|Parth||Vyas||VP of Operations|
|Rahaf||Abboushi||VP of Finance|
|Sabah||Pervez||Director of Finance|
|Wilma||Lobo||VP of Marketing and Communication/PR|
|Mariana||Smith||Director of Marketing and Communication/PR|
|Joel||Arthungal||Undergraduate Enrollment Officer|
If you want to contact officers, please use the official UHCL email (can be searched by name with UHCL email account) or email to Healthcare Students Association: email@example.com.