March 7, 2017
Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Judy. She wanted to be a nurse when she grew up. Judy took auto shop class. Judy worked on a pit crew. And Judy flew airplanes. [Cue the record scratch

Beta Booster

March 7, 2017
Credit a school field trip with inspiring Senta Georgia, PhD, to change the world. When Dr. Georgia was a young woman growing up in New Jersey, her fifth-grade class took a field trip to a local

Surviving to Thriving

March 7, 2017
Johanna Olson-Kennedy, MD, likes to say her work is “moving people from surviving to thriving.” In her work as medical director for the Center for Transyouth Health and Development at Children’s

Soul Searcher

March 7, 2017
In high school, Dagmar Grefe gravitated to all kinds of different subjects, including theology, psychology, philosophy and history. But when one of her teachers predicted she would pursue a career in

Oscar's Story

October 6, 2016
The Amerman Family Foundation Dog Therapy Program has more than 100 fur volunteers who have all left their adorable paw prints on the hearts of our patients and staff. However, we want to honor a

Healing Homework

May 4, 2016
“I thought I’d never get the job. However, I applied, was selected and just celebrated 10 years working at CHLA!” The job mentioned above is not a nurse, a doctor or anything one would typically