Isabel Vasquez R.D.N., '19, came to La Salle ready to find success in the top-rated Nutrition program. As she became involved in the service community at La Salle over her four years, it became clear that a newly found passion for social justice would fuel her post-graduate life. Now, ready to spend six months in Angostura, Dominican Republic as an In-Country Coordinator for the non-profit, Ondawave, Isabel is ready to foster a community rooted in Lasallian values.
Utilizing discipline, strategy and a little risk taking, Sandra has maximized her expertise and passion to create her own success. La Salle University exposed Garby to overall business management. Sandra left La Salle with her MBA and the knowledge necessary to make her mark on the engineering landscape.
“I could say without a doubt the most rewarding part of my job is that I personally know that my designs, and my contributions within medicine and 3d printing are helping millions of people who get our implants everyday to live their lives as they once did before sustaining their injury. It is so satisfying to know that my interest in 3D printing would turn into a dream job I never knew that I would get.”
Numerous Explorers across all networks have shaped their career by living out service rooted in faith to move society forward. A shining example of this is Thomas Ryan, ’02, Chief of Police in the Woodbury City Police Department. Since becoming Chief of Police in 2015, Ryan has become a role model for the modern law enforcement official.