Debra Engelhardt-Nash was named one of the “The Top 25 Women in Dentistry,” amongst other extraordinary dentists, lab technicians, and researchers and educators recognized by Dental Products Report. In addition, she is the recipient of the 2015 Gordon Christensen Award, which acknowledges top lecturers in the dental industry. But her life wasn’t an easy road to success.
For Nash, “a lot of extraordinary experiences” runs the gamut from childhood, when she and her mother were homeless and living out of a car, to adulthood, when she recovered fully from brain tumor surgery and regained the ability to walk without a cane, contrary to what doctors had believed. Mama’s truths instilled her with the resiliency to bounce back from whatever challenges life threw her way.
She’s come a long way.
Whether you are running a local or global business, and you experience hardship or challenges in your journey, you must pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and keep moving forward.
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Screenshot courtesy: Debra Engelhardt-Nash
Posted by: Laurel Delaney