Fharen Grant, MSN, RN-BC, CNL
We speak loudly and clearly about issues of quality healthcare for America's most vulnerable population. There is strength in numbers..."many voices, one message". Membership in TCBNA, NBNA and other professional nursing organizations provides the platform to advocate for our profession and communities at the local, state, and national level. Changes occur when we demand a voice in the political and social decision making process.
We must be willing and ready to take advantage of opportunities to change healthcare practices and influence outcomes within the social and economic construct of our every changing healthcare systems. This movement requires membership in professional nursing organizations. Therefore, I invite you to join Tri-County and the National Black Nurses Association today. It is a decision I have never regretted and neither will you.
TCBNA members are professionals who share a desire in rallying to the challenge of eliminating health disparities. We collaborate with other organizations and provide health education and health promotion activities
Wanda J. Brown, MS, RN
TCBNA is a local chapter of the National Black Nurses Association Inc. (NBNA) and one of eighty three chapters in the Unites States and Virgin Islands.
Mia Barron, MSN, RN
Zonya Mungin, BSN, RN
Meetings are held the first Thursday of each month at 5:00PM via Zoom.