Changing Her Life Was Simple…After Making One Big Decision
Aug 11, 2014
Davina Brown is a person on a mission – a mission to change her career as well as her entire future. She is enrolled in the medical assisting program at the Lexington Campus, and is following a longtime dream to work in healthcare.
“I tried college several years ago. I was at the wrong college and I was also not ready, either,” Devina explained. "I walked away…and that was a good decision for me for a couple of reasons. I found a job and I worked in the food industry for several years. It paid the bills but it was not fulfilling. The longer I worked, the more I realized I needed a career in something I loved. It came to the point where I could simply not stand it any longer. Not finishing college also gave me the chance to start my new career at American National University.”
Proving great things really can come from misery, Davina simply made the choice to overhaul her career path.
“It really was simple. Enough was enough and I made a life-changing decision,” she said. “I didn’t want to attend a large school. I wanted smaller classes and a more personal college experience – and I am certainly happy with American National University. My [instructors], classmates – everyone is terrific here. I have made the right college and career choice this time. My long-term plans are to finish my [medical assisting] degree, work with children, and eventually earn my RN license."
Davina Brown has entered the Lexington Campus after spending several unfulfilling years in the food industry.
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