Women at Work: Haven Lingard

Haven Lingard 
New Patient Referral and Events Coordinator
Dermatology and Laser Center of Charleston
2180 Henry Tecklenburg Blvd., Charleston, SC  29414
843-556-8886 | haven@dermandlaser.com

As the new patient referral and events coordinator for Dermatology and Laser Center of Charleston, I welcome new patients to the Dermatology and Laser Center of Charleston familyI help educate the public on the importance of skin cancer screenings through public and private and corporate events. I also build connections, statewide and out of state, with medical practices offering progressive patient referral access. I’m a customerservice guru with the hope of increasing our patient base as we offer seamless patient care. 

What makes you successful in your career? 
With an extensive background in medical and business office administration, business administration and psychology, I have always had a love for people. I want to see them become their best selves, even if it begins with improving their skin. 

I have an amazing husband of 17 years who supports all of my many endeavors. I have four children: two, ages 16 and 14, are homeschooled; a 19-year-old college student; and an 18-year-old U.S. Navy sailor. I’m active in my church and community and am a part of a ministry that caters to serving the homeless community of Charleston, from feeding to clothing drives. I pride myself on mentoring young adults because I was a young mother with a diverse background, and I was able to make it.  

Because of my need to understand what makes a person who they are, I pursued a degree in psychology, and after long nights and trying to find balance in my chaotic life, I promised my son that I would graduate with him when he graduated from high school. I received my bachelor’s of psychology in October 2018.  

What advice would you offer women with similar goals?  
We are all purposed differently and the ultimate goal that every woman should have is to love herself, know her worth, walk worthy in her purpose and teach other women to do the same. Iron sharpens iron, and we should all want what is best for each other.