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- Houstonian Passionate About Victim Rights Seeks New A Perspective Criminal justice is often about standing up for what is right and protecting those who cannot stand up for themselves, and that is what Rebecca Pfeffer plans to continue to do for Houston residents.
- Educator's Goal To Guide Houston Students Toward A Scientific Career Dr. Robert Pardue, a chemistry instructor for The Village School, says that his goal is to help his students become research engineers and scientists within the classroom.
- Houston Therapist Finds Life's Calling After A Career Changing Event Scott Peacock, who was laid off in 2010 after a 20 year career in the IT field, which gave him the opportunity to pursue what he believed to be his calling.
- Houstonian Earned A Tech Degree, But Self-Studying Has Helped Him The Most An Lieu, a web developer at TopSpot Internet Marketing, talks about his background in technology and web design.
- Houston Entrepreneur Turns Love For Motorcycles Into Startup Business Brenden Macaluso, of Common Motor Collective, talks about his business background and experience building a startup.
- Nursing Professional In Houston Credits Education, Mentors For Success The Texas Nursing Workforce Coalition reports that as numerous nurses approach retirement, many more will be needed to enter nursing school in order to replace them.
- Houston Leads The Nation In Economic Growth Since the recession in 2009, Houston has added more than 250,000 new jobs, with 24 percent of these new jobs classified as high-wage jobs - earning more than $21 per hour.
- Archivist Sees The Benefits Of An Interdisciplinary Education In Houston Lauren Meyers draws on her diverse education in information science, art history, psychology and nonprofit management in her daily job as archivist for University of Houston Clear Lake.
- Professor Studies Juvenile Justice And Houston Teens Convicted Of Murder Sharlette Kellum-Gilbert, assistant professor in the Department of Administration of Justice at Texas Southern University, discusses her work with at-risk youth, domestic violence, and teen murder.
- Houston Nurse Helps New Babies Bond With Their Families For The First Time Liz Vaclavik, of Memorial Hermann Northwest, teaches new mothers how to care for their newborns.