Atlanta hospital CEO’s degrees in doubt
Atlanta's Grady Hospital interim CEO Pamela Stephenson has not earned all the degrees listed on her resume and in hospital-issued summaries of her achievements, records show. In a statement, she apologized and blamed a "word processing error" for a hospital news release that claimed she had a doctor of philosophy and a law degree from the University of Michigan. She does not. The news release said the CEO held two master's degrees, a PhD and a law degree from the University of Michigan. Her resume also lists a master of science in social planning and a master of social work from Michigan, but university system registrars this week could only confirm that she earned a single master of social work.
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