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Susan Livingston

Susan Livingston, American occupational therapist, consultant. Registered occupational therapist, New Mexico, Colorado. Recipient Special Service award Kansas Occupational Therapy Association; named Business and Professional Women Woman of Year.

Background

  • Livingston, Susan was born on October 24, 1947 in Boulder, Colorado, United States. Daughter of Ward Albert and Eleanor Jeanne (Carmack) Rogers.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy, University Kansas, 1970.

    Career

    • Director rehabilitation clinic Central Kansas Medical Center, Great Bend, 1970-1972. Private practice, 1972-1977. Director occupational therapy curriculum Barton County College, Kansas, 1978-1981.

      Director tribal early childhood Southern Ute tribe, Ignacio, Colorado, 1981-1988. Consultant to health and educational facilities, 1988-1994. Owner, director Doire na Cormac, Inc., Durango, Colorado, since 1994.

      Consultant Bureau Indian Affairs, Crownpoint, New Mexico, since 1995. Developer occupational therapy curriculum Western New Mexico, National American University. Board governors National American University.

      Board directors Southwest Center Indiana.

    Major achievements

    • Registered occupational therapist, New Mexico, Colorado.

    Membership

    Member Sensory Integration International, Association Psychological Type, American Occupational Therapy Association, Business and Professional Women, Colorado Occupational Therapy Association, New Mexico Occupational Therapy Association.

    Personality

    Interests

    Celtic history, navajo metaphysics, indian ruins, hiking, art collecting.

    Connections

    • Children: Greg, Christopher, Sue.
    • father: Ward Albert Rogers
    • mother: Eleanor Jeanne (Carmack) Rogers
    • children: Greg Livingston
    • Christopher Livingston
    • Sue Livingston
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    Born October 24, 1947
    (age 70)
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