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Frontier Nursing University (FNU) is proud to recognize staff member Sarah Juett as one of the recipients of the 2021 Fall Term Circle of Caring Award!
Juett has been with FNU for nearly seven years working as an academic advisor. As an academic advisor, she provides direct support to students during their entire academic journey, beginning at Frontier Bound until graduation.
“The personal approach that Frontier provides with academic advising sets us apart,” Juett said.
Juett gets to know each student she works with personally and serves as an encouraging guide while they are at FNU. Being an academic advisor, she works directly with the students, but also with other faculty and staff members. She approaches each of these interactions with our Culture of Caring in mind.
Juett exemplifies the Culture of Caring perfectly as she is passionate about helping others, especially in higher education.
“What I love most about my work is building relationships with students and the reward of seeing them achieve their educational goals,” Juett said. “They inspire me daily!”
Juett, a first generation college graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Eastern Kentucky University and Master of Science in Social Work from University of Louisville, resides in Richmond, Ky. with her husband and 4-year-old niece. In her free time, she enjoys a good book or podcast, board games and cooking or baking.
In response to being awarded the Circle of Caring award, Juett says, “It is such a great surprise and honor to be recognized by my colleagues with this award. I’d like to share it with my entire team. They are some of the most caring and compassionate people I know and I’m so fortunate to know and work alongside them.”
Thank you, Sarah, for demonstrating FNU’s Culture of Caring! Circle of Caring winners selflessly go above and beyond to help others at FNU. We are proud to have you as a member of the FNU community.