What Lance likes most about Fremont College is the students’ passion for life and learning. As the director of the School of Healthcare and an instructor of massage, Mr. Followell embodies that passion in his teaching. Lance is committed to giving Fremont’s students the necessary knowledge and skills to be highly successful in their chosen field. He is a certified massage therapist and active member of the American Massage Therapy Association. He holds a BS degree in Kinesiology from California State University Long Beach, with a specialization in Athletic Training. Mr. Followell’s private practice is focused on Olympic Development track & field athletes. Lance has practiced massage at the 2008 Olympic Trials and 2009 U.S. National Track & Field Championships.
Teena Lewis has over 15 years of experience as a personal trainer and massage therapist. She began her massage career in 2000. Ten years later, she is just as passionate about this work. Her specialty is holistic pain relief, with a focus on the neck, shoulder, and back regions.
She has worked with many professional athletes including NBA, AVP, and NHL players. Teena views her work as a fusion between intuition and years of formal training in the field of massage therapy. She brings a wealth of knowledge to her practice after having earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science with a Community Health concentration. She is also a self-proclaimed massage junkie who loves to write health and healthcare content.
Sports and Rehabilitation Therapy
Tim Short, Dean of Education, has a lifelong personal mission of inspiring others to reach their full potential. He holds an MA in Life-Span Developmental Psychology and a BA in Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino. He has worked in education since being employed as a student worker for the Dean of Graduate Education at Cal State. He taught at various community colleges, including Riverside Community College and Chaffey Community College. He served as a faculty member and administrator at Westwood College from 2004 to 2009. At Fremont College, Tim has focused on curriculum development, faculty development, staff training, online education, student retention, and improving systems and processes. He takes pride in getting to know students and helping to figure out each student’s particular path to success.