Liberty Adair lives in Hewitt which is near Waco, Texas. She is married with three grown children and is about to adopt three little ones under age 4. She is also expecting her first grandchild.
She works at Temple College between being an instructor for Business Continuing Education teaching certified medical assistant courses as well as an adjunct professor for the Business Management course teaching medical terminology and medical office administration since 2020.
She also works full-time during the day as a nurse for the Heart of Texas Behavioral Health Network in Waco, Texas working with intellectual disabilities clients. She worked for a local hospital for over 20 years and has over 22 years in healthcare.
Liberty holds licenses as a licensed vocational nurse and a radiologic technologist that she received from McLennan Community College in Waco. She attended Midwestern State University where she not only earned a bachelor’s degree but two master’s degrees.
She has a Master of Health Administration and a Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences in Healthcare Administration. She also holds a Master of Philosophy in Health Care Administration from Walden University.
She has been part of Leadership Waco and was selected for an I am the Gold Standard award. She has served the community as a lead volunteer with American Bone Health and has served a few years with the local American College of Healthcare Executives board.
Liberty has also published peer-reviewed articles in Radiology Management magazine regarding patient safety and the importance of bone density imaging.
Liberty’s current goals included completing her doctoral degree in community college leadership with Kansas State University, obtaining her registered nurse license, and passing her board of governors exam to become a fellow of ACHE (FACHE).
Adjunct Professor - Temple College / Nurse for the Heart of Texas Behavioral Health Network