Dr. Nicole B. Dhanraj began her career in radiology as a diagnostic imaging and CT technologist in the US Army. In addition to CT, and diagnostic, her ackground also includes clinical work in interventional radiology and MRI. She is considered a subject matter expert on the technical, managerial and operational aspects of healthcare. Nicole is passionate about global radiology and seeks to strengthen the international radiology community through empowering others with her knowledge. She is a recent recipient of the 2016 ASRT Foundation International Speaker Exchange Award in Canada and the 2016 ASRT Foundation Community Outreach Fellow for Cape Verde. She is a volunteer with RAD-AID, serves as an ambassador with the World Radiography Educational Trust Foundation (WRETF) and is an active member with the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists. Her latest article which she was a coauthor, “Zika Virus: Implications for Medical Imaging Professionals” was published in Radiologic Technology July/August 2016 issue and was featured on the cover of Scanner Magazine Feb/March 2017. Dr. Dhanraj received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from St Martin’s University and her Master’s in International Relations, graduating magna cum laude from Troy State University. She earned her doctorate with an emphasis in Organizational Management from Capella University. Currently, when she is not saving the world one x-ray at a time, she works as a researcher, an educator, publishes articles, and blogs, and serves the Director of Radiology at Guam Memorial Hospital. She is dedicated to issues such as poverty, entrepreneurship, environment, leadership, personal and business finance and women affairs and has presented or written on topics related to these issues. Dr Dhanraj has 5 years, Instructor / Adjunct Professor (radiology sciences, political science, business / HR, private, public, military). She will serve as Contributing Faculty-Doctoral Committe, with the PHD Health Services Program.