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What is the most important thing you have learned by working at Emory?

Emory Report | June 17, 2014

"That everyone has a story, and patience and kindness is the key."

Candice Davis

Candice Davis
Medical Secretary
Emory Clinic: Bone Marrow Transplant


"I have learned that in order to get respect you have got to give it also."

Rose LaFleur

Rose LaFleur
Advanced Nurse Clinician
Emory University Hospital: Neurology


"How to work across teams and the entire University to accomplish the goals of Emory."

Danon Vaughn

Danon Vaughn
Technical Services Manager
Office of Development and Alumni Relations


"That we all work together as a team, that Emory runs a clean environment, and to give respect to others as well as to clients at Emory at all times."

Lelia Johnson

Lelia Johnson
Environmental Services Aide
Emory University Hospital


"It's an atmosphere where you are always learning, even outside the classroom"

Rachelle Jones

Rachelle Jones
Senior Research Specialist
School of Medicine: Surgery


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