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Carolyn K. Lewis, PhD, RN, CNAA, BC attended the University of Virginia for her undergraduate and graduate education. Her doctoral degree is in Nursing Administration with a concentration in Health Policy from George Mason University, Fairfax Virginia. She has received several local, state and national awards and has served on many national boards. Her present position is the Assistant Dean for the Nursing Division of the Bluegrass Community and Technical College and serves as a Principal of The P.R.I.N.E. Group, LLC in Magnet and healthcare consultation. Cheryl A. May MBA, BSN, BA works at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC. During her 25 years of experience, Cheryl has had the opportunity to work in multiple heathcare environments including cardiology, community case management, physician recruitment, utilization review, ambulatory administration, and clinical research phase III and IV with the FDA. Formerly the Interim Director of the Magnet Recognition Program, she also served as Executive Director of the Arizona Nurses Association, Senior Policy Analyst with the American Nurses Association during the 104th Congress.
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