Sherry Whiteman, MS, RRT
Sherry matriculated from the Missouri Southern State University Consortium for Respiratory Care Education in 2007. She joined the faculty as a classroom and clinical instructor in 2011. Sherry is active in the Missouri Society for Respiratory Care and the AARC. Accomplishments include National Sputum Bowl Champion-student division in 2007, National Sputum Bowl Committee Chairperson, and recognition in the AARC Times as one of three therapists under 30 leading the profession into the future in 2014. Sherry graduated with her Master of Science degree in Career and Technical Education Leadership from University of Central Missouri in 2015. She is active in her church and enjoys shopping and traveling with her husband.
Caleb Lewis, BS, RRT
Caleb is a graduate of Missouri Southern State University (MSSU) earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Promotion and Wellness (1999) and an Associate of Science Degree in Respiratory Care (2001). He was the Director of Cardiopulmonary Services at Landmark Hospital in Joplin, Missouri before joining MSSU in 2010 as the Coordinator of the Simulation Center for Interdisciplinary Clinical Education. He is instrumental in the development and implementation of simulation education in the Respiratory Care, Paramedic/EMT and Nursing programs at MSSU. Caleb serves on the Simulation Coordinators of Southwest Missouri committee. Caleb enjoys spending time with his wife, Vanessa and three daughters, Olivia, Salma, and Anna.
Janice Dunaway, MS, RRT
Janice serves as the Director of Clinical Education for the Missouri Southern State University Consortium for Respiratory Care Education. She joined the program as a clinical educator in 1995. Janice is fundamental in coordinating community service and education events such as the Department of Health and Senior Services Smokebusters Program for Southwest Missouri and traveling with student groups to the British Virgin Islands for asthma education. She also serves on the Area Health Education Center-Joplin advisory board. Her hobbies include shopping the farmer’s market for fresh produce for cooking, canning and baking. Janice and her husband Steve enjoy the serenity of their 50 acre farm.
Glenda Pippin, BS,
RRT, NPS, CPFT
Glenda began her career as a respiratory therapist in
1983. She is currently the Program
Director for the Missouri Southern State University Consortium for Respiratory
Care Education. She began teaching by accepting the position of clinical
coordinator in 1994. Glenda was instrumental in program development from its
inception. She takes pride in forming and coaching student sputum bowl teams,
many of which have excelled at the state level and competed nationally. In her
free time, Glenda travels the back roads of Southwest Missouri searching for
treasures at estate auctions. She enjoys antique car and truck shows with her
Scot Jones, BA, RRT-ACCS
Scot currently serves as the Director of Clinical Education at Broward College in southern Florida, where he has helped integrate simulation experiences into the majority of Respiratory courses, ranging from classroom activities right up through our state-of-the-art high fidelity simulation hospital. Prior to that Scot has worked as a Supervisor in a large, regional trauma center in North Carolina. He has co-authored several other titles, including Oakes' Clinical Practitioner's Pocket Guide to Respiratory Care, and Ventilator Management: An Oakes Pocket Guide.