‘There’s so much more that I can be doing.’ Northeastern’s Valeria Ramdin receives the 2024 Excellence in Nursing Leadership Award

Key Takeaways

  • Beloved educator, researcher, mentor and DEI leader shares thoughts on her rich career and nurses’ contribution to health care. 

By Alena Kuzub

Valeria Ramdin is convinced that nurses have a lot to contribute to the U.S. health care system.

“They have a lot of leadership, policy, research angles that they are utilizing that are to be reckoned with,” says Ramdin, director of Global Health Nursing at Bouvé College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University.

Ramdin is constantly working to innovate around nursing care and care practices and to build bridges with other institutions toward improving patient care, says Amanda Choflet, dean of the School of Nursing.

“She is extremely devoted to the practice of nursing,” Choflet says. “She is the consummate nurse.”

The New England Regional Black Nurses Association recently recognized Ramdin with the 2024 Excellence in Nursing Leadership Award. 

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