Trusted Health and the Capitol City Black Nurses Association (CCBNA) are proud to present: “Shift[ing] Forward” — a week-long virtual event series set to educate, inspire, and connect nurses. From nursing careers beyond the bedside to tools for anti-racist allyship in healthcare, Shift[ing] Forward is all about bringing the nursing profession forward, together.
While all events are free to attend, we ask that you donate to our partner, the CCBNA, to help create sustainable programs that improve allocation of opportunities for nurses, nursing students, and future generations of nurses through scholarship, accountability, and health equity. Donate here by selecting "Trusted Heath" in the dropdown.
What's your career path? How will you advance your role? How can you build your network?
A nurse's career path is ripe with advancement opportunities—it takes ambition and a plan to make those career dreams a reality. Join Sheree Criner, Nurse Manager at the Kaiser Permanente and Vice President of the CCBNA, for this one-hour chat highlighting five simple ways to advance your nursing career. You'll leave this event filled with insightful ways to move up the ladder, best practice to connect with supportive peers and leaders, and the encouragement to put your career advancement plan into place.
All nurses are invited to this event, just make sure you RSVP!
Kaiser Permanente, Capitol City Black Nurses
Sheree Criner is Vice President of the Capitol City Black Nurses Association of Sacramento, California. She serves as an inaugural board member, and is dedicated to the mission and vision of the National Black Nurses Association. Sheree is passionate about reducing health inequity and decreasing the social determinants of health. Her career spans duties a...
Sheree Criner is Vice President of the Capitol City Black Nurses Association of Sacramento, California. She serves as an inaugural board member, and is dedicated to the mission and vision of the National Black Nurses Association. Sheree is passionate about reducing health inequity and decreasing the social determinants of health. Her career spans duties as a bedside nurse in various inpatient and outpatient settings, clinical nurse coordinator, and leadership roles earning promotion and new titles along the way. As a community activist she volunteers, mentors, and partners with community initiatives for social justice and health equity. Criner earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Grand Canyon University, Arizona. She earned a Master of Science in Health Care Leadership and Nursing from Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at the University of California, Davis.
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