Val Glodowski

For Valerie Glodowski, however, her career path could indeed best be epitomized by the above principle: “I was always drawn to health care, so that’s what I pretty much did.”

That may be oversimplifying it. Glodowski, 34, was intrigued by the prospect of becoming an orthopedic surgeon growing up, but balked at the amount of schooling required. She narrowed her path to pharmacy and dove in headfirst.

Read full article about Valerie Glodowski on the Roosevelt Review.

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