2018 Cameos of Caring Awards
The 2018 Cameos of Caring recipients will be honored on Thursday, November 1, 2018, 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.
- Please reserve your seat by October 19, 2018.
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.
Jeremy Andress truly understands what it means to be called to care.
Donna Braun-Slyman “is always going above and beyond to give her patients the best care,” her teammates say
Leslie Clarkston began her employment at Springfield Regional Medical Center five years ago as a participan
Elizabeth Hannon is a very caring, compassionate nurse who is frequently recognized by patients and peers.
Sandra Hess started working at Mercy Health Urbana in a non-medical capacity when she was very young; but s
Brenna Manchester comes by her love of nursing honestly: “My grandma is the one who inspired me,” she says.
Haley McHale treats patients as if they were her own family—from entertaining their children to sitting wit
Last Christmas season, a woman approached Sherry Neanover in a store; she remembered her first name, and to
Gail Nickell is described by her peers as a nurse who always goes above and beyond for her co-workers, phys
Michael Prince is a CCRN, but to his co-workers in the ICU unit at Soin Medical Center, he’s much more: the
Kari Roberts wears many hats in the hematology/oncology department at Dayton Children’s Hospital, and she w
Karen Rush’s first experience in a hospital came a few weeks after high school—when a serious auto accident
Jamie Simon always provides exceptional patient care at Upper Val
To her patients, Wendy Smith is calm and encouraging.
Crystal Watson is hailed as a team player.
As both a nurse at Franklin Emergency Center and as a paramedic for the city of Franklin, Katie Williams br