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.