Faces of LIFE – Dr. Mansan Ho
Dr. Mansan Ho spent his youngest years in Hong Kong before moving to the U.S. when he was about 13 years old with his adoptive mother, who is his biological mother’s older sister. He first learned about Chiropractic from his adoptive mother, who had her own practice in Gainesville, Florida that also specialized in Chinese and Western medicine.
Faces of LIFE: Alexis Martinez
Life University is right in Alexis Martinez’s backyard. Born in Chicago, the Bachelor of Science in Dietetics student has lived in Cobb County, Georgia her whole life. When she started looking for a nutrition degree program, Martinez discovered LIFE was the perfect fit.
Faces of LIFE: Dr. Jacob Glazier
Dr. Jacob W. Glazier is an adjunct professor in the Department of General Education and Psychology. He is originally from Illinois and grew up in a small farming community. Dr. Glazier’s father and uncle were both farmers. He studied for a M.S. Ed. In Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Western Illinois University. Eventually, he found his way to Carrolton, Georgia where he studied at the University of West Georgia to become a Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology with an emphasis in Consciousness and Society.
Faces of LIFE: Tracy Lefebvre
Tracy Lefebvre relocated to Georgia six years ago with her husband and two kids and is currently earning her Master of Science in Positive Psychology degree with a concentration in Coaching Psychology at Life University’s College of Online Education. She is a neurofeedback technician and was looking for a master’s program to supplement that.
Faces of LIFE: Tatum Johnson
Tatum Johnson is a student at Life University who is dual majoring in the Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology and Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Management (CIM). She is from Minneapolis, Minnesota, and lives with her mother, father and two younger brothers who are almost done with high school.
Faces of LIFE: Claude Maysonet
Claude Alexander Maysonet is from Puerto Rico and started studying for his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Life University in Fall 2019. He received the Alumni Association Scholarship in June 2020 and is excited to invest his research back into the LIFE community.
Faces of LIFE: Stephen Hill
Hill is excited to start the next part of his career after graduation. “I want to work in an integrative environment after school,” Hill described. “I love the doctor-patient relationship that is one-on-one and encourages people to live to their optimal health. I really want to inject positivity into the world with things like random acts of kindness.”