As per Wendell Parish: I passed boards today. It was a difficult journey. For 27 months I trained 3 hours away from my wife and 3 kids and only seen them on the weekend. Now that’s over. I’m home and a CRNA.
We will see Wendell and hear his story on the CRNA Panel at the Diversity CRNA Information Session & Airway Simulation Lab Workshop at Case Western Reserve University in May 2020! BRAVO!!!
Congratulations Dr. Kelechi Ekejiuba, DNP, CRNA who successfully passed the NCE or CRNA Boards! She was always surrounded and supported by Black CRNA women, period! #crna
As per CRNA Mentor: LaTonya Mims: Congratulations to the Newest Queen CRNA Kaylaychi Bonnie from TCU! Meeting you Diversity in Nurse Anesthesia Mentorship Program was Pure Joy! Go and Soar and Make a Definite Difference. See you soon.
As per Dr. Frazier:
By God’s grace and mercy I am officially a CRNA!!! I don’t have the words to describe this feeling, but after three mentally and physically exhausting years, I am finally DONE!! I could not have done it without my parents, my family, my sweet boyfriend, my friends, and my preceptors (now colleagues). Thank you for loving me, encouraging me, and believing in me when I didn’t believe in myself. We made it! Now time to walk the stage on Saturday as Dr. Ericka CeMone Frazier, DNP-A, CRNA and transition back into the “real” world.