African American Nurses
2003 African American History Calendar
African American nurses have embraced a lifelong commitment to effect change within a profession that reaches back to the 1800s. A career in nursing provides countless possibilities and opportunities, including education, research, clinical practice, administration and writing. Aetna's 2003 calendar salutes some of the most dynamic and earnest African American nurse leaders in the United States. The calendar also recognizes five exemplary African American nursing students from Howard University, who have each pledged to improve the future of health care through research.
Frances E. Ashe-Goins, R.N., M.P.H.
Sherrie Hinz, R.N., E.M.S.R.N.
Betty Smith Williams, Dr.P.H. R.N., F.A.A.N.