VAPLE I. ROBINSON, PH.D, MHA, MSL, RN, CHES
Dr. Vaple I. Robinson is the new President elect of Black Nurses Association of Baltimore. Dr. Robinson holds a Ph.D in Public health, Masters of Science degrees in Law, Nursing, and Health Care Administration, and is credentialed as a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). She is employed as an Associate Professor at Coppin State University and teaches in the Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. As a nurse, Dr. Robinson uses her education in public health and law to educate students in the classroom and residents in the community on how to live healthier lives. It is with honor that she accepts this position of service while upholding the mission by improving the lives of African Americans through education and service.
Helen J. Williams, LPN
Ms. Helen Williams has been a member of the Black Nurses Association of Baltimore (BNAB) since 2016. She is a diversified nurse with over 25 years of experience. Ms. Williams has been an instructor of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid since 2007. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Nursing. As a healthcare professional, her focus and passion are to learn and engage in current nursing healthcare issues.
Gwendolyn Clunie, CMSRN, RN, BBC
Ms. Gwendolyn Clunie has been a BNAB member for 10 years and a nurse for 39 years.She initially received her Associates Degree from The University of The District of Columbia (UDC). She went on to further her education by receiving her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from UDC. Ms. Clunie is a Nationally Certified Medical/ Surgical Registered Nurse and is cerified in the care of mechanically ventilated patients. Currently, she works at Medstar Washington Hospital Center on the Medical/ Surgical Pulmonary step-down unit.
Gail D. Marshall,RN,BSN,MBA
Ms. Gail Marshall has been a member of BNAB since 1980.
Some kind words from yours truly;
“As a member, I have served in all board positions, and several twice.
The organization has increased my awareness of Nursing and the political arena of Nursing as well. We serve as advocates for the black community of Baltimore. Participating in the on-going community activities with other organizations is something I look forward to doing yearly.
I also look forward to communicating with the many colleagues I have had the privilege of meeting through BNAB.”
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