Farmingdale, NY, April 05, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sandra Lynn Adcock was born in Aurora, Colorado. She earned her B.S. in Pharmacy at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. Her D.Ph. (Doctor of Pharmacy) and her M.S.M. (Master of Science in Management) were earned at South Nazarene University. Dr. Adcock is currently associated with Reframing Resources, a nonprofit organization, as CEO, Pharmacist, Educator, Consultant and Advocate. Her expertise lies in health literacy, healthcare advocacy and resource management. She is Co-Author with Debra Brakefield of a book in progress titled “Once and for Autism.” Dr. Adcock has been honored with the NAPW Professional Woman of the Year 2013 award. She is associated with the National Association of Professional Women, the Mary Mahoney Health Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma Youth and Family Services, the Skyline Urban Ministries Clearing House located within Skyline, Youth Family Services, El Reno, Oklahoma and AutismCanadianValley.org. Her leisure time is spent swimming, reading, writing, politics and family activities.
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