Women of Excellence

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Jocelyn L. Doyle

Title: Certified Dental Assistant and Advanced Medical Support Assistant
Industry: Government Healthcare
Type of Organization: Veteran Health Administration
Major Product/Service: Patient care
Expertise: Ms. Doyle has 17 years experience in the medical/dental field. She assesses performance, facilitates solutions and connects with team members. She has trained and coached 8 dental assistants. Ms. Doyle has participated in Leadership Training with a year-long program, and attended many seminars from "The Scheduling Institute." She has engaged in the Five-Star Challenge and continues to reach her goals with focus on customer/patient centered care. Ms. Doyle is a Court Appointed Special Advocate for Eastern Panhandle CASA. She teaches Dental Hygiene at the Hagerstown Community College.
Geographic Area of Distribution: Martinsburg, Virginia
Affiliations: Rotary Club; Chamber of Commerce; Board President, Keedysville Community Center; Volunteer, F.E.M.A.
University/Degree: Accredited and Licensed, General and Orthodontic Chairside Expanded Function Dental Assisting, Hagerstown Community College
Born: November 26, Washington County, Maryland
Hobbies/Sports: Church activities, horseback riding, softball, reading
Spouse: Jeff
Married: May, 2010
Children: Jenna, Jillian
Work History: Previously, Ms. Doyle served as a Histology Technician for five Pathologists at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) at U.S. Army Base Fort Detrick, collaborating with National Institutes of Health.
Honors & Awards: Numerous awards of excellence, presented by the CEO of MVAMC, for Integrity and Commitment; Served as a motorcade driver for Past Vice President, Mike Pence
Career Accomplishments: Ms. Doyle serves as a workforce recruiter for individuals with disabilities for the Department of Labor. She is a monthly volunteer for the Rescue Mission Center of Hope, currently coordinating an employee fundraiser for the “Combined Federal Campaign” raising awareness of the importance of monitories for many nonprofit organizations. She has played a huge role in Equal Employment Opportunity and the Diversity and Inclusion charter, while assisting in the organization of Special Emphasis Programs including National Disability Month and National Women’s History Month. Ms. Doyle is proud of becoming a member of the Four State Community Veterans Engagement Board that provides her additional information of many outside community resources surrounding the four-states of Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia available to any veteran in need. As an avid giver to many charities that include veterans care, Ms. Doyle has also used technology resources to benefit fundraising for Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, reaching her goal and beyond in one month. She is a 2017 graduate of the Martinsburg Veteran Affairs Leadership Program.