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About BNLC

Black Nurses Leading Change (BNLC) emanates from the work of RNAO's Black Nurses Task Force, and continues to inform RNAO and our members on issues affecting Black nurses and nursing students. BNLC advocates for anti-Black racism, seeks to offer mentorship, and provides continuing education. It is a safe space for Black nurses and nursing students, and their allies, to network and interact with each other.

Mission: BNLC’s mission is to tackle anti-Black racism in the nursing profession and advocate for the professional advancement of Black nurses.

Cost of interest group: $25, free for undergraduate students. 

2022 - 2022 BNLC executive:
Co-Chairs: Daria Adèle Juüdi-Hope, RN, BNSc, MPH 
                  Dania Versailles, RN, MScN, CPMHN(C)

Communication ENO: Sherida Chambers RN, MSN

Finance ENO: Daria Adele Juudi-Hope    RN, BNSc, MPH

Social Media ENO: Nicole Goodfellow

Membership ENO:  Corsita Garraway RN(EC) BSCN, MScN-FNP    

Policy ENOs: Donna Lawrence,  RN, BScN, MN

Student Representative: Dominic Stewart, Year 3 BScN student

RNAO BOD Liaison: Debra Lefevre BA, RN, BN, MPA

 

Updated: September 23, 2022