Class of 2014
- Alyssia Hall graduated from Western High School in 2005. She became a certified nurse assistant, but in the back of her mind always wanted to go to college.
- She decided to enroll at Jackson College for fulfillment of her personal goals and for her children.
- Jackson College was one of a few colleges in Michigan that offered a respiratory care program. At the time of her enrollment, it was the only one without a waiting list.
- She found Professor Ann Flint to be an exceptional teacher and motivator and now considers her one of her closest mentors.
- Enrolling at Jackson College opened doors for her that she said wouldn’t have been opened otherwise.
- Hall completed her Associate in Applied Science degree in respiratory care in 2014 and was offered a job right away in her field from Sparrow Health System.
- Today she is a respiratory therapist at Henry Ford Allegiance Specialty Hospital, where every day she gives exceptional care to members of our community.
- She is also a preceptor at Henry Ford Allegiance, where she educates students and staff.
- Hall serves as part of the respiratory care advisory committee at Jackson College.
- She initiated a proposal that opened the door for respiratory therapists to be hired at the Jackson County Medical Care Facility. They currently have two therapists.
- In her spare time, Alyssia enjoys reading and walking at the park.
- She has a son, Brion, and a daughter, Alaijah.