Amy Arnone, 56, is a first generation college graduate and healthcare professional with over 30 years of experience. As an Army spouse, she has faced military relocation six times in the past 19 years. Without her degree, she had to start at the bottom professionally with each move and work her way up. It had always been her dream to earn her bachelor’s degree, but military life, raising three kids, and her career took priority. Encouraged by her son, Amy decided to go back to school and enrolled in a flexible online program that would fit her life. Amy, who manages two healthcare clinics, has a passion for expanding healthcare access and hopes to support a third clinic serving underserved urban communities. While pursuing her bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration, Amy implemented her SNHU Capstone project at work, which reduced patient travel by bringing specialists to the rural clinic.