Dr. Rebecca Wright is now director of diversity, equity, and inclusion at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, serving along with Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Gloria Ramsey. Get to know her over 21 questions.
What’s it like to address diversity, equity, and inclusion as a white, British woman?
I left this question for last because I feel very strongly about it and wanted to give a very sincere answer.
- Who are your nursing mentors and role models?
- How is nursing different in the UK and US?
- How do diversity, equity and inclusion come into play with palliative care?
- What is your name?
- What is your area of research?
- What is palliative care?
- What is your favorite American meal?
- Why did you become a nurse?
- You are the DEI director. What does that mean?
- Where are you from? Why did you come here?
- What do you call tennis shoes?
- What are some of your favorite DEI resources?
- What courses do you teach?
- Why Johns Hopkins?
- Do you have a disability? Why did you become a nurse with physical disabilities?
- What are your favorite things about Baltimore?
- What advice do you have for new and future nurses?
- Are you a cat or a dog person?
- What are some of the most striking differences between the US and UK?
- What is it like to address diversity, equity, and inclusion as a white, British woman?
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: SYDNEE LOGAN
Sydnee Logan, MA is the Sr. Social Media and Digital Content Specialist for Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She shares Hopkins Nurses with the world.