Nurse Honoree: Cheryl D. Kane

Nurse Honoree: Cheryl D. Kane

Nominating Organization: NWGI

Committed to Mentoring, Nurturing & Supporting Nurses, While Continuing To Serve In Creative New Ways: Cheryl D. Kane

I shared Cheryl’s story earlier this year on the Nurses With Global Impact blog, and am sharing it again upon the occasion of Cheryl being named one of the first recipients of our award, which was given on International Nurses Day at the United Nations.

Nurse Honoree: Rupinder Kaur

Nurse Honoree: Rupinder Kaur

Nominating Organization: RAD-AID

Moving Through India To Screen, Educate and Support Thousands of Women: Rupinder Kaur

Rupinder Kaur is a registered nurse who earned her degree in 2013 from the Mahabir School of Nursing, Ambala City, Haryana, India. After working in an ICU for a year to gain clinical experience, Rupinder joined The Post Graduate and Institution for Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) and at the same time became an active professional supporting the Asha Jyoti program in Chandigarh, India.

Nurse Honoree: Meenakshi Verma Masoun

Nurse Honoree: Meenakshi Verma Masoun

Nominating Organization: RAD-AID

Promoting Women’s Health and Expanding Access Through Nursing Education: Meenakshi Verma Masoun

Meenakshi Verma Masoun has touched the lives of more than 16,000 women in her career, through her work with the Asha Jyoti program in Chandigarh, India as an active expert and advocate in women’s health in communities for decades. Asha Jyoti means “Ray of Hope” in Hindi.