National Black Nurses Association
Serving Through Caring
Welcome to the Milwaukee Chapter -National Black Nurses Association's site. We are a professional nursing organization with a 39 year history of devotion to the professional development of nurses of color and community service.
Milwaukee Chapter National Black Nurses Association
It is my pleasure to welcome you to our site. I hope that you will find information that will encourage you to become involved in our chapter. The National Black Nurses Association was established in 1971 as a professional organization committed to the development of a diverse nursing workforce through the support of nursing education, professional development and community service.
Our local chapter was founded in 1980 and actively embraced the National initiatives.
Over a half million dollars in scholarships have been provided to nursing students through our fund raising efforts. We have established a scholarship fund with the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and will be growing this effort as we prepare for our 40th anniversary in 2020.
We are poised to serve this year through our chapter and collaborative efforts with other community organizations such as the 400th Anniversary of African Americans in the United States Celebration, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Epsilon Kappa Omega Chapter, The Hispanic Nurses Association, Association for Men In Nursing to name a few.
Professional licensed RN's,LPN's, nursing students, retired nurses and non-nurses are welcome to join us in service.
Again welcome! Hope to see you soon.
Karina Brown RN,BSN-C President
Celebrating New Members !
MCMBNA Membership Works
New RN working at Froedtert Hospital.
Since joining Milwaukee Chapter National Black Nurses Association, Jordan Parker has played a crucial role in the continued success of the business. Their exceptional skill set, true passion and creativity has inspired massive growth.
Keeley Hayes RN BSN, MS
Vice President of Nursing Aurora Sinai Hospital
Keeley Hayes has been a registered nurse for 19 years. Graduated with a BSN from Deaconess College of Nursing in St. Louis, MO in 2000. Maters in Healthcare Administration received in 2009 from Lindenwood University, Masters in Human Resource Management received in 2013 from Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO. Has served in a Nursing leadership capacity for 10 years. Currently serving as VP of Nursing/ Chief Nursing Officer at Aurora Sinai Medical Center in Milwaukee, WI. Candidate for admission to Vanderbilt University perusing Doctorate in Nursing Executive Leadership.
Tiffany Pitts- Associate Member
Outreach Care Specialist at Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Tiffany helps Medicaid members to access and navigate through the health care system by working similar to liaison.
Before starting a t Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Tiffany worked number of years full time as a Case Manager at ResCare Workforce Services and part time as EKG technician / Pacemaker Analysis at Froedtert Hospital. After a successful career helping jobseekers obtain employment and teaching participants how to utilize skills and resources to become self-empowered and self-sufficient and teaching patients on the importance of cardiac care and helping them understand healthy living , Tiffany now is also acting as a Community advocate, Doula , affiliated member of the Sigma Gamma Rho Philo Affiliation , Co-Owner and Founder of Beautiful Assisting Living Home in Milwaukee, WI coming soon while continuing to assist Medicaid members and her community as a whole to close medical gaps, , overcoming barriers, navigate through the health system and its entirety and overall just live their best life.
Tiffany is also a proud mother of three children, favorite color is green who enjoys reading a good novel the outdoors, aspiring painter, likes to experience new things and spending time with her family. Tiffany lives by the notion of “Trust the Process”.
Come To A Meeting
Advocate Aurora Research Institute First Floor Conference Room 945 N 12th St. Milwaukee, WI
NO MEETING JULY AND AUGUST