Nurses Care for Haitian Children - Advisors
Nurses Care for Haitian Children  -
Advisors
 


Nancy Noble, RN
 is an RN dually registered for nursing practice in Canada and the United States . She completed a Clinical Nurse Therapist program at the McMaster Psychiatric Unit at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Hamilton, Ontario where she then worked as an inpatient Psychiatric Team Leader for six years. After several years, she devoted herself to the parenting of her sons,  co- founded Vinge and Associates Health Care Services, and also founded N Noble and Associates, organizations committed to the de-institutionalization and community health support of disabled citizens in British Columbia . Subsequently, she became a  manager of the British Columbia Health Care Access Project, a government initiative to bring together community-based agencies, families, disabled citizens, hospitals, emergency care services, and medical professional associations to address issues faced by people with disabilities when accessing health care. Nancy joined the Shriver Clinical Services Medical Safeguarding Project of Massachusetts in 2003. She currently lives in Massachusetts where she continues to practice in both hospital and community settings. In 2010, Nancy began her volunteer work in support of orphaned children in Haiti .



Sherline Chery, MSN, WHNP

Founder/CEO of the non-profit organization, Sante Fanm ak Lafanmi 
Community Outreach in Haiti since 2008 performing educational seminars on sexually transmitted infections and prenatal care at Milot, Cap Haiti.
 

 
 
 
 
 
Marc Manigat MD, MPH
 
Assistant Medical Director, Wrentham Developmental Center. Chairman of Infection Control, Wrentham Developmental Center.  
 Adviser to Friends of Ecole Providence, Deschapelles Haiti
Hospital Albert Schweitzer Alumnus   
Former Chairman of Public Health Subcommittee
Cambridge City Hospital, Cambridge, MA
Clinical Instructor, Harvard Medical School 
Former Chairman Board of Directors
Cambridge Haitian-American Association (CHAMA)
Cambridge, MA
 
 
 
 
Janet Roxborough, FNP-BC
 
Shriver Clinical Services Corporation
Medical Safeguarding Program
Practice currently includes health care consultation 
and training in the field of developmental disabilities
 
Certificates– Family Nurse Practioner (FNP), Worcester Hahnemann Hospital, Worcester, MA
M.S. in Community Health Nursing, Boston University, Boston, MA  B.S. in Nursing, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
A member of Massachusetts Chapter Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association
 
 
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