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Name: Jane Mosley-Whitaker.

Hollings Cancer Center.

How long at MUSC: A total of 13 years with UMA.

What did you want to be when you were little: A school teacher and/or missionary.

What was your first job: A summer job typing and filing for the Charleston County School District.

If you could change careers, what would you be doing: Interior designer.

Pets: Blu, a 12-year-old black lab. He is still in training and has a mind of his own.

Something you collect: Antiques, from cars to old lace. It’s all about our history.

Favorite TV shows: ETV, Discovery, and Walker, Texas Ranger. I love that man!

Favorite type of music: Beach music.

Least favorite chore: Shopping for groceries. I trained my husband for that one.

Item you must have in your refrigerator: Ketchup.

Pet peeves: People who spray graffiti on buildings, and littering.

With whom would you like to trade places for a day: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, to approve oil drilling in Alaska to help make us energy independent.

If I were the U.S. president for a day, I would ....: Take Air Force One to Paris for the day.

Friday, April 4, 2008
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