Meet our faculty and staff; they are here to help you achieve your goal of becoming an Occupational Therapy Assistant.


Cheri Lambert, MS, OTR
Cheri is the chair of the OTA program. With much administrative support, she began development of the OTA program in August of 1996. She graduated from LSUMC’s OT program in Shreveport, LA in 1988. Her home town is Keatchie, LA and she is a graduate of Logansport High School. She holds a Master of Science degree in Clinical Practice Management from Texas Tech University.


Terrie King, MA, OTR
Fieldwork Coordinator
Terrie is a graduate of Austin Community College’s OTA program as well as Texas Women’s University’s OT program. Terrie completed her Master’s degree in Counseling Education from Alamosa State University in Alamosa, CO. Terrie has extensive experience in a variety of settings including private pediatric clinics, school systems, early childhood intervention; community based mental health settings, chemical dependence recovery, inpatient rehab, and home health.

Julie Green

Julie Green, MOT

Adjunct Instructor


Julie is an adjunct instructor in the OTA program.  She graduated from Panola College with an Associates of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy and an Associates of Science in 2001-2002.  While working as a COTA she completed her Bachelor's of Science in Clinical Services Management from Texas Tech University in 2005.  In 2012 she became an Occupational Therapist when she graduated from Texas Woman's University with her Master's in Occupational Therapy.  Her primary practice settings have been home health and skilled nursing facilities geriatric care services.

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Mickie Cash
Department Secretary

Mickie is the administrative assistant of the OTA department.  If you cannot find an occupational therapy instructor to assist you, Mickie can help.  Mickie is a vital OTA department team member.