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“I am confident that she will serve NSU’s students, region and state very well,” Landry said. “She understands the significance of the challenges facing education, psychology, counseling and health and human performance careers, and she has the proven leadership experience and energy to build upon the strong academic programs we offer. Her ability to think and lead systemically and relationally represents a unique fit for the university in this new role for her.”

“Dr. Anton’s commitment to Northeastern and the teaching profession is truly impressive,” said NSU President Dr. Steve Turner. “She is tireless in her pursuit of excellence and highly engaged in virtually every aspect of the university. She will make an excellent dean of the College of Education.”


Mons completed his residency in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at the Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) College of Osteopathic Medicine and his fellowship in head and neck microvascular reconstruction at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Mons comes to St. John from a world-renowned cancer institute and specializes in surgeries of the head and neck, cancer removal, including mouth, throat, sinus, larynx, thyroid, salivary glands and lymph nodes. He also performs complex reconstructions including local, regional and free tissue flaps, and many ENT procedures.

Eid completed his residency in the Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Texas Science Center in San Antonio. He had dual fellowships at the University of Kansas Medical Center in head and neck oncology/microvascular surgery and facial plastics. Eid specializes in head and neck cancer treatment, facial plastics Mohs’ defect repair, parotidectomy, rhinoplasty, microvascular free flap reconstruction and management of facial trauma.

The award was presented by Hall Estill’s Ken Williams, member of the OBA Diversity Committee, for Jackson’s participation in a variety of corporate and community events that promote mutual respect, acceptance, cooperation or tolerance and contribution to diversity awareness in the community and workplace.

Bishop has successfully served the university for the past four years as the vice president of development and alumni relations, serving alongside President William M. Wilson during the university’s historic and unprecedented 50th anniversary “Uttermost Bounds Campaign,” which raised more than $50 million—the most ORU has raised in a single campaign.

As vice president of advancement, Bishop will lead the marketing, public relations, university media productions and development and alumni relations teams, as well as oversee GEB, the university’s television network and Empowered21, a Kingdom initiative the university serves.

Bishop previously served as executive director of the National Christian Foundation and Lifework Leadership of South Florida. She was the development and communications director for both Habitat for Humanity of Broward and Westminster Academy, a Christian College Preparatory school. She hosted her own radio talk show for ten years and owned Bishop Public Relations, which served Fortune 500 companies’ marketing, public relations and communications needs. Bishop was also the director of International Television Network. She earned her B.A. from ORU in 1991 and has the distinction of leading two ORU milestones: the 25th and 50th anniversary celebrations.

Lisa Medina, RN, BSN, MHA, CPHQ, has been named chief nursing officer ( CNO) for St. John Health System. Medina also serves as chief quality officer ( CQO) for the health system. In her dual roles, Medina will oversee nursing practice, accreditation, infection prevention, quality, regulation, process improvement, case management and patient experience.