Integrity Idol Profile: Rebecca Scotland, Physician Assistant Instructor

Today’s featured Integrity Idol finalist, Rebecca Scotland, is a physician’s assistant instructor at the Tubman National Institute of Medical Arts.

Outside of work, she teaches health at her church. Scotland takes health very seriously and has committed her life to her work. She knows the future of Liberia’s health system rests in the hands of the practitioners she is training. In a country where students are known to bribe instructors for good grades, Scotland is an exception.

In her free time, she leads health classes at her church.

Click here to vote for Rebecca Scotland and other finalists.

Integrity Idol 2017 is a nationwide citizen campaign to highlight the most honest government officials in Liberia. Every day, for five days, The Bush Chicken will feature a short bio and a video of each finalist. Anyone can vote for their favorite idol.

The competition aims to generate debate around the idea of integrity and demonstrate the importance of honesty, personal responsibility and accountability as well as inspire a new generation to be more effective public servants.

Featured photo courtesy of the Accountability Lab. Disclosure: Accountability Lab provides financial support to The Bush Chicken.

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