The ANHE Nurse Luminary Project
Nurses are natural leaders in environmental health in their workplace and communities. Yet their accomplishments and contributions are often unknown. The ANHE Nurse Luminary Project is an effort to highlight contributions of nurses to advancing the field of environmental health, and promoting healthy environments for all. ANHE invites nurses and nursing students from all disciplines and work environments to share their passion for working on environmental health issues. We want to hear how you are making a difference! Tell us your story by sharing your successes, challenges, lessons learned, and insights for nursing’s leadership in addressing environmental health impacts on individuals and communities. Share your story and become a Nurse Luminary!

Once we have received your story we will be in touch asking for your photo. We'd like a photo a that best represents your work. This can be a professional photo or an action shot - you choose!
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Tell Your Story!
Please briefly describe your contributions to environmental health and nursing. Consider these questions: What has motivated and inspired you? What gives you energy for this work? What were your successes? What challenges did you encounter and how did you overcome barriers? Do have you tips or lessons learned to share with other nurses interested environmental health? How do you engage other nurses or health professionals? What would you like to do next? What would you like other nurses to do?
(500-750 words)
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Disclaimer: By sharing this story, you give ANHE permission to post your story, photo, name and state to the ANHE Nurse Luminary website. Submissions may be edited for clarity and brevity.
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