2019 Cameos of Caring Awards
The 2019 Cameos of Caring recipients will be honored on Thursday, November 14, 2019, at the Schuster Performing Arts Center.
- Social hour will begin at 6 p.m. Dinner and the awards ceremony will follow at 7 p.m.
- $100 per person. $40 of your cost is a gift that will benefit scholarships for our students.
This is the 17th year that Wright State University's College of Nursing and Health has recognized outstanding bedside Registered Nurses in the Miami Valley for their contributions to health care delivery. When we began the awards gala tradition in 2001, 12 health care agencies participated in this special program; we had our highest participation in 2007 with 19 agencies joining us. We are proud to host an event that spotlights Registered Nurses who have made a difference in our community. We are also proud to announce that since we began our awards gala in 2001, we have raised over $450,000 in scholarship funds for Wright State University nursing students.
David Scott Altman’s advice to new nurses in the Soin Emergency Department is to “always begin with a smile
Kelsey is a dedicated, giving, and compassionate nurse, going above and beyond when caring for her patients
Amy Berner is an RN care manager with Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton.
Judie Campbell has been a nurse for almost 40 years.
When deciding to become a registered nurse, Robin Chadeayne was torn.
Robyn exemplifies what it means to be an outstanding nurse.
Megan Holfinger remains calm in critical situations and can prioritize care with efficiency and expertise,
Amy Jennings is a clinical services supervisor at Kettering Physician Network Pediatrics in Springboro.
Marisa is a leader on the unit. She cares greatly for her patients, their families, and her co-workers.
Lisa Kinzer is always going above and beyond to cover on-call patients.
Gerald “Mac” McFarland was born and raised in Springfield, Ohio.
“If there is one thing I have learned on this journey, it’s that there is just something special about the
Michele Nadolsky is an exceptional nurse and leader in the emergency department at Dayton Children’s Hospit
Amy Perez has wanted to be a nurse since she was a little girl.
Lisa Stanger graduated from Miami University in 1989 with her RN degree and obtained her bachelor’s in nurs
Kyla Whitt is the clinical excellence coordinator at Soin Medical Center and Greene Memorial Hospital.