Rural Health Medical Program's CEO Keshee Dozier-Smith has been featured in a national alumni newsletter for Spelman College.
Smith, a Selma native, talks about her career trajectory since graduating from Spelman in 2008 as part of their reunion newsletter.
Smith worked many years in corporate American before moving back home to serve as the youngest Black female Chief Executive in Community Health Centers in the state of Alabama. Rural Health has nine clinics in the Black Belt.
Read Smith's alumni feature here.
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