Susan Kohler (BSN 1994), was recently named to the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s list of 2021 Business of Pride honorees for her leadership in advancing LGBTQ+ equality in her workplace and community.
Elizabeth Beshearse (PhD 2018), was the first author of a recent study published in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases.
Claire Edwins (BSN 2014), recently joined the Olympic Medical Sleep Center provider team as an advanced registered nurse practitioner.
Paula Dunn Tropello (MSN 1973), former inaugural dean of the Evelyn L. Spiro School of Nursing, was recently granted emeritus status at Wagner College.
Nicolle Davis (PhD 2019), was recognized by the American Heart Association for her work as the stroke program coordinator at UF Health Shands and as a fellow of the American Heart Association through the Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing.
Judith Rapp Hara (BSN 1971), was a recent guest on the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida podcast, where she was interviewed about her book, “In My Own Words,” which highlights the lives of her parents, who were holocaust survivors.
William G. Warrington Jr., (PhD 2008), recently opened his own practice, Sensible Family Healthcare, providing patient-centered care for those in the Oviedo and East Orlando communities.
Marion Bendixen (PhD 2020), was recently published in the journal Advances in Neonatal Care for her article, “Milk Volume Outcomes in Pump-Dependent Mothers of Critically Ill Infants,” highlighting the results of her recent study to determine the relationship between gestational age, milk production and time to secretory activation in mothers delivering critically ill infants.
Holly Boyd (BSN 2004), recently opened her own medspa practice in Spring Hill, Florida. DivinityMedSpa provides spa services and treatments including Botox, Juvederm, laser treatments and much more