Daily Record Staff//May 14, 2021
//May 14, 2021
Forensic Nurse & Human Trafcking Liaison Greater
Baltimore Medical Center
What have you had to change during the past year to make sure you were still “serving,” even if the approach had to change?
During the pandemic, we knew that concerns our patients face were not put on hold. They needed support more than ever. Several changes were made to ensure that victims of violence continued to receive life-saving services in a safe environment. We began to offer free virtual trainings which have been very successful, reaching hundreds of individuals in our community.
As women leaders, it is our role to help grow the next generation of leaders. What advice can you share to help affect not only the younger generation, but also the women who are trying to grow in their careers and create positive change?
My advice would be to never stop identifying opportunities to learn and grow. Success comes with hard work, dedication and confidence in yourself. Believe in yourself and use your voice for causes that you feel passionate about. Share your knowledge and experience with others. Never be afraid to take that next step to accomplish your dreams. Don’t be afraid of failure because you cannot fail if you remain positive and keep moving forward.