Ashley Breth

Ashley Breth

Year: Junior

Major: Business Administration and Health Care Studies
Minor: HR & Community Health Administration

Hometown: Lakewood, NY

Activities: Career Services Assistant, Academic Writing Coach, Marketing Association, SHRM

1. Why did you choose Daemen?

I chose to attend Daemen because of its great location that provided a safe, energetic atmosphere for me to pursue my studies. Additionally, I loved the small class sizes, which encourage participation and open communication between the students and professors.

2. What is unique about your major?

I am a dual major in Business Administration and Health Care Studies and currently specialize in Human Resource Management and Community Health Administration. My program is unique because each semester I juggle a variety of classes ranging from anatomy to accounting. I enjoy the complexity of my studies, which gives me the opportunity to continuously challenge myself.

3. Where do you see yourself after Daemen?

After Daemen, I would like to work at a health care facility in an administrative position to gain experience while pursuing a Master’s degree in Health Administration. My long-term career goal is to be an administrator at a hospital that specializes in pediatric or cancer treatment.

4. Who inspires you the most?

My parents are the most inspirational people in my life. I am lucky to always have their support and I know that I can count on them no matter what!

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