News | Radiology Business | March 22, 2019

ASRT Elects Four New Officers for 2019

Voters also select 30 new members to ASRT House of Delegates

ASRT Elects Four New Officers for 2019

March 22, 2019 — Members of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) have elected four officers to serve on the 2019-2020 ASRT Board of Directors.

  • Mike Odgren, B.S., R.P.A., R.R.A., R.T.(R)(CT), was elected to serve as ASRT’s president-elect. He is an advanced practice radiographer at Diversified Radiology of Colorado P.C., in Lakewood, Colo. He currently serves as vice president of the ASRT Board of Directors.
  • Kristi Moore, Ph.D., R.T.(R)(CT), will serve as vice president. Moore is a radiologic sciences department chair and program director at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. She currently serves as secretary of the ASRT Board of Directors.
  • Meredith Gammons, M.B.A., M.H.A., R.T.(R)(M)(CT)(MR)(BD), will serve as secretary. Gammons is a clinical radiology educator at Novant Health in Winston-Salem, N.C.
  • Heather Moore, Ph.D., R.T.(R), was elected to serve as treasurer. Moore lives in Loveland, Ohio, and is a program director for Allied Health Department at the University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash College.

The new officers will begin their one-year terms after the 2019 ASRT Annual Governance and House of Delegates Meeting, June 20-23, in Orlando, Fla.

President-elect Stephanie Johnston, M.S.R.S., R.T.(R)(M)(BD)(BS), FASRT, will serve as ASRT president for the 2019-2020 term and President Melissa B. Jackowski, Ed.D., R.T.(R)(M), FASRT, will be elevated to chairman of the board.

Voters also elected 30 members to serve in the ASRT House of Delegates. Terms for the newly elected chapter delegates will begin after the 2019 annual governance meeting. ASRT will publish a complete list of the newly elected chapter delegates on the ASRT website in the near future.

For more information: www.asrt.org

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