Deborah is the Dean of Department of Asian Holistic Health and Massage. She has a bachelor’s of science degree in holistic nutrition from Clayton College, 16 years of experience in massage therapy, and eleven years of experience in proprietary education, administration and program direction. She is currently in practice as a Holistic Health Practitioner.
Before coming to Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, she was the education director at Mueller College, where she managed nationally accredited programs in holistic health, hypnotherapy, personal fitness and alcohol and drug counseling. Prior to Muller, she was the allied health department chair at Remington College, where she managed nationally-accredited programs in medical assisting and massage therapy. Prior to Remington, she was the massage therapy program coordinator at the Academy of Professional Careers, responsible for two campuses and the massage clinics. In addition, she has spent 12 years in the United States Coast Guard as an Independent Duty Corpsman. She is currently finishing a master’s degree in human behavior at National University.
Deborah currently teaches Public Safety, Business and Ethics, Study Skills and Intro to Kinesiology, along with Ethics for American Massage Therapy Association.