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The 61-year-old Rodgers was the program director emeritus of the emergency medicine residency at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
Abreu, who was licensed as a mental health counselor and clinical psychologist by the state of Florida, was hired as a program director of American Therapeutic’s Boca Raton clinic in 2005.
Rodgers was the program director of the emergency medicine residency at the IU School of Medicine and was the president of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine.
Perhaps sensing that CBS Radio’s days were numbered, Jack Swanson, news and program director of KCBS, announced his retirement in April.
This is the fifth year, and the program is growing steadily, said Dennis Lue, instructor and co-program director with Cindy Surman.
Landi also will serve as the team program director at the World Champions Centre, the gym owned by the Biles’ family.
Oklahoma requires three credit hours of English composition for some child care program directors, and Utah and Tennessee expect that at least one provider speak English whenever children are present in a child care center.
When the song came out in 1997, Ivey was the program director at Kiss 108 in Boston, a Top 40 station.
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