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Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Kristin White ‘13
Dr. Kristin White ‘13 shares her journey from NECO student to Community Health Center Director. She credits her experience during clinic rotations within community health centers as the catalyst for her career in community health and advocacy.
NECO Makes Impact at AAO’s Annual Meeting
The American Academy of Optometry’s annual meeting was held in San Diego, California this year to record-breaking crowds. Our NECO faculty members stood out as leaders during the industry meeting as they presented over 20 lectures and poster presentations, were honored with several industry awards, chaired special interest groups, and even completed an inaugural leadership academy during AAO’s centennial event.
Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Sarah Y. Connolly ‘12
Dr. Sarah Y. Connolly ‘12 shares her journey from NECO to her current position as Senior Medical Science Liaison for Regenxbio. She highlights all the milestones from NECO, clinical practice, and now as an industry professional.
Community Health Centers 50th Anniversary Celebration
NECO celebrates the First 50 Years of Partnerships with Community Health Centers in delivering healthcare for all. In cooperation with the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers.
NECO Alumni and Faculty Named Among Best Eye Doctors in America
Newsweek Ranks Four NECO Alumni in the Top Ten Optometrists Nationwide
Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Amy Moy
Dr. Moy received her Doctor of Optometry Degree in 2003, and now serves as an Adjunct Associate Professor of Clinical Optometry at NECO as well as Director of Health Center Network and Chief Compliance Officer. In addition to her NECO roles, Amy is also an Attending Doctor at the Martha Eliot Health Center.
128th Commencement Celebrates the Class of 2022
New England College of Optometry Celebrated its 128th Commencement at Boston Symphony Hall on May 15, 2022. Watch full video from the day’s event.
NECO celebrates 50 years of commitment to community-based training
In 2022, New England College of Optometry recognizes 50 years of training students and serving patients in community health centers throughout the region. As the first optometry school to conceive and create such a clinical training model, NECO has influenced thousands of optometrists and optometry itself. Here’s the story of how it all began.