|Karen B. McCann, RN, MSN, CPNP, APN-C||
Karen B. McCann, RN, MSN, CPNP, APN-C, a pediatric nurse practitioner, is the clinical educator for the Department of Pediatrics at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, N.J. She also serves as township coordinator for the Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Committee in Manchester Township, N.J. She was previously featured in the Minority Nurse article “Nurses with Disabilities: Another Minority Group.”
|June R. Soto, MA.Ed, APRN||
June R. Soto, MA.Ed, APRN, is an assistant professor and lead faculty of medical-surgical nursing at the Borough of Manhattan Community College.
|Julie Hutchinson, R.N., B.S.N., M.P.A.||
Julie Hutchinson, R.N., B.S.N., M.P.A., is a community health nurse; a faculty member at Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York; and an American Federation of Teachers activist.
|Julie Fuimano, RN, MBA, BSN||
Julie Fuimano, RN, MBA, BSN, is co-founder of Nurturing Your Success, Inc. (www.nurturingyoursuccess.com), a success coaching firm that advises health care professionals on career development, leadership development and financial issues.
|Julie Fuimano, MBA, BSN, RN||
Julie Fuimano, MBA, BSN, RN is a coach and author of 101 Tips For Developing The Leader In You! Her passion is coaching clients to stop struggling and achieve more. For your free consultation, visit Julie at http://www.nurturingyoursuccess.com, write to her at Julie@nurturingyoursuccess.com or call her directly at (484) 530-5024.
|Julie A. Pearson, CRNA, MSN and Donna M. Jasinski, CRNA, DNSc||
Julie A. Pearson, CRNA, MSN, is an assistant professor and assistant director of the Nurse Anesthesia Program at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Donna M. Jasinski, CRNA, DNSc, is an assistant professor at Georgetown and director of the Nurse Anesthesia Program.
Julia Quinn-Szcesuil is a freelance writer based in Bolton, Massachusetts.
|Judy Goforth Parker, RN, PhD, Martha Baker, RN, PhD and Lee Anne Nichols, RN, PhD||
Judy Goforth Parker, RN, PhD, is a member of the Tribal Leaders Diabetes Committee and a professor of nursing at East Central University. She was recently elected for a fourth term as legislator for the Chickasaw Nation. Martha Baker, RN, PhD, is associate professor of nursing and director of the BSN program at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri. Her tribal affiliation is White River Cherokee. Lee Anne Nichols, RN, PhD, is an assistant professor at the University of Tulsa and a tribal member of the Cherokee Nation.
|Judy Goforth Parker, RN, PhD and Lee Anne Nichols, RN, PhD||
Judy Goforth Parker, RN, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Nursing at East Central University (Ada, Okla.) and a member of the Chickasaw tribe. Lee Anne Nichols, RN, PhD, is an assistant professor at the University of Tulsa School of Nursing and a member of the Cherokee tribe.
|Judy Goforth Parker, PhD, RN||
Judy Goforth Parker, PhD, RN, retired from her teaching position at East Central University’s Department of Nursing in summer 2009. She is now the administrator of the Chickasaw Nation Health System in Ada, Oklahoma. Visit her blog at www.goforthparker.com.