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CRNA Diversity, Black, white, and Japanese

An ICU nurse who is Black, white, and Japanese, I thrive on the celebration of our increasingly diversified workplace and relate well to people from all backgrounds or walks of life. The operating room is the center of my world because helping my patients as an ICU nurse is my service to my communit…

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CRNA, 6 years ICU Experience, Ukraine


I have wanted to become a CRNA since my first clinical rotation as a nursing student in the Operating Room in Reno, NV. Most attracted to the autonomy, professional respect, financial stability, and privileges of service that are accorded to the CRNA, I hope very much to be selected to earn my sec…

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MSN, ARNP, Patient Care, Community Nursing

Patient care is my life and my community is the center of my world. I am a nurse who lives in a small town in Florida and many of our doctors are getting old and retiring. Immigrants move through our area, often in need of health care, with many not receiving it. I hope to be accepted to and complet…

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MA International Affairs, Women of Central Asia

I want to prepare myself for a lifetime of service in the struggle for the liberation of the women of Uzbekistan and other Central Asian republics, helping them to organize, protecting their human rights. Women are very oppressed in my country of origin and Colombia can provide me with the intellect…

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MSN, Masters Nurse Anesthesia, CRNA, Asian


As a girl growing up with one Thai parent and one Vietnamese parent, mostly, I looked after my mentally challenged little brother.  The care, love and attention I gave him came from my heart, and was a daily responsibility I took on without hesitation.  He needed me, was relying on me, and I was t…

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PHD, Public Health, African-American, Epidemiology

I have reached a point in my professional and volunteer career where I feel I will quickly exhaust every avenue of promotion and challenge at my current academic level.  Moreover, in order to bring my personal and professional plans to fruition, I will need to immerse myself in a rich academic p…

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MPH, Masters Health Management and Policy

The seeds for my academic and career paths were planted at a very tender age. Indeed, summer vacations found me wearing my school uniform, so reminiscent of a nurse’s uniform, and going to work with my mother, a district nurse.  In reality, my mother’s example as a compassionate care provider instil…

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