DHA, MSN, MPH, NE-BC, RN
Dr. Grace Ogiehor-Enoma is an internationally renowned motivational speaker with comprehensive educational preparation, years of teaching and diverse clinical experience, and broad knowledge of various aspects of health care organizations and systems. She is an Administrative Nursing Supervisor in an acute care facility and an Adjunct Associate Faculty and applies the experiences to enhance the school programs and curriculums. She named the school after her name because she is an advocate for quality education. She is a champion for quality care through professional development and influences other’s desire for professional advancement.
To help bridge the gap in racial, ethnic and economic disparities, Dr. Ogiehor-Enoma started a Nursing Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) review program to help new graduates and foreign educated nurses having challenges in passing the NCLEX exam succeed in becoming Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses and then licensed the program as a school to provide allied health classes for low-income families.