Compassionate Care Giver.

Updated: Nov 30, 2019

I earned my Associate in Applied Science in Nursing from Manhattan Community College where I graduated Magda Cum Laude in 1991. I later earned my Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Winston Salem State University in 2001 and graduated Suma Cum Laude.

I have spent the last 28 years in healthcare, caring for the sick. My areas of expertise includes Intensive Care, Critical Care, Medical-Surgical Care, Orthopedic, Pediatricts and Nursing Home

I have an intense passion for nursing which is why I continued to work as a registered nurse after graduating lawschool. Nursing is not just a job for me. It is important that people in my care trust me. Being a nurse means I treat my patients and colleagues with respect, dignity, kindness and compassion. These are the same principles I will be taking to the bench.

Beyond the time-honored reputation for compassion and dedication lies a highly specialize profession which is constantly evolving to maintain the health safety of society. So is the profession of being a judge. A judge should constantly strive to promote and maintain the safety of the community while rendering justice firmly, and swiftly with dignity, respect, kindness and compassion.


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