Fernando Mena-Carrasco, MSW, MSN ’18, BSN ’15
Spring provides an opportunity for growth and change—and that’s just what we’re doing with the Johns Hopkins Nurses’ Alumni Association (JHNAA). We’ve recently introduced a slight change to our bi-monthly alumni e-newsletter. With the introduction of One Voice, we look to create a unified voice of all Johns Hopkins Nursing Alumni. One Voice is for you, by you. Your participation in the One Voice alumni newsletter is needed to make it meaningful to our nursing alumni. We ask you to contribute with photos, events, and celebrations for all alumni.
Also occurring this spring is our Reunion Weekend celebrations. Taking place at the School of Nursing, class reunions will be celebrated June 1-3. This year marks the 50th reunion of the Class of 1973, which was the last graduating class of the Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing diploma program. We invite all alumni to join us as we celebrate our milestone reunion classes and honor the legacy of Johns Hopkins nurses as we lead the way in shaping the future of nursing. You can learn more about Reunion Weekend at nursing.jhu.edu/reunion2023.