From Left: Mary Cloud (nursing faculty member); Amanda Millan; Janelle Amoako (’15, MSNA founder); Jailene Rodriguez; Dr. Alexander-Scott; Kai Younger; Bintou Camara (MSNA president); Kasie Moitoso
[MSNA Members in Bold]
The Multicultural Student Nurses Association (MSNA) was started in the spring 2015 by then senior, Janelle Amoako, as the outcome of her Honors project to support nursing students of all cultural backgrounds.
The MSNA is an all-inclusive organization started in the spring of 2015 to support nursing students of all cultural backgrounds who are committed to raising awareness of health and health care disparities in underprivileged communities.
The three primary functions of the group are:
- preparedness towards becoming a professional nurse by providing assistance in finding resources on campus to increase academic success and opportunities post graduation
- education/community involvement in health disparities
- outreach to students in the middle/high school level to encourage their choice of nursing as a career
MSNA meetings are held biweekly on Wednesday evenings in the Student Commons
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