Hoya, Northeastern State University Establish Optometry Scholarship

Seen here, (l to r), are Jerry Cook, director of community relations, interim director of development NSU; Dr. Don Betz, president, NSU; Chad Smith, chief of the Cherokee Nation; Felicia Olaya, daughter of Wilma Mankiller; Gina Olaya, daughter of Wilma Mankiller; Mike Elton, director of professional services, Hoya Vision Care; Doug Rogers, sales consultant, Hoya Vision Care; Dr. Michelle Welch, associate dean; Melissa Gower, director of health, Cherokee Nation; Dr, Doug Penisten, dean, NSUOCO.
LEWISVILLE, Texas—Hoya Vision Care and Northeastern State University have established the Wilma Mankiller Scholarship for Native American Students in the Oklahoma College of Optometry. Hoya will donate $25,000 over the next five years to provide funding for the scholarship.