Nathan Doubek Phillips of Manhattan has been accepted into the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Public Health in Chapel Hill, N.C.
This fall, he started the two-year executive master’s program of Healthcare Administration.
The program will allow Nathan to be a health care CEO, consultant or lobbyist.
Nathan graduated from Manhattan High with honors. He received a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Kansas in Lawrence.
Before starting this graduate program, Nathan worked as a biochemist for Identigen, a private industrial food safety company that originated in Dublin, Ireland with a North American branch in Lawrence.
Nathan is the son of 67th District state representative Tom Phillips and Dr. Debra Doubek Phillips of Manhattan.