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Freddy Laguerre , MSN, ARNP, ANP-BC

Florida International University

Freddy Laguerre is a Miami native from Florida. He currently works in one of the cardiac institutes in south Florida and his passion is the cardiovascular system. He graduated from Broward College with highest honors with his Associates of Arts degree then continued his education at Florida International University where he graduated with his Bachelors of Science in Nursing Magna Cum Laude.…

Megan Lagunas ,CCRN

University of Washington

I am a nursing PhD student at the University of Washington, Seattle. My research interest is in nursing education with a special emphasis on interprofessional education and practice among health science students and clinical skill development through simulation. In addition to working on my PhD, I am concurrently seeking a masters in education with a focus in measurement and statistics and am a teaching assistant with the school of nursing’s clinical skills lab.…

Natasha Laibhen-Parkes

Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University

Christina Lam ,RN

Villanova University

Christina Lam began her nursing career in adult cardiology, with the objective of returning to graduate school to pursue a career in nursing education. While working as a staff nurse, she developed a passion for working with heart failure patients and identifying ways to integrate illness management into their lifestyle, while also developing an interest in how nurses approach patient education at the bedside.…

Kimberly Landrum , MS, RN

Texas Woman’s University

Kimberly Landrum, MS RN is a doctoral student at Texas Woman’s University, Houston, Texas. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International, and a lifetime member of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States. She has been involved with organizations that provide such services as medical care and clean water in Central America, disaster response in the U.S., and local support for veterans.…

George Lane , MSN, RN, RRT

University of San Diego

I am currently enrolled in the PhD Program at the University of San Diego. I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and a Master of Science degree in Executive Nursing Leadership from the University of San Diego in San Diego, California. I was commissioned as a Navy Nurse Corps officer in 2003 , and have served on four tours of active duty.…

Linda Lane

New York University

Linda L. Lane is a Masters-level prepared Nurse Practitioner in both Psychiatric/Mental Health and Family Health with a subspecialty in Addictive Behaviors. While completing the clinical portion of her graduate program she was struck by the number of untreated mental health issues she observed during her primary care rotation, as well as the multiple, uncontrolled physical comorbidities she saw during her psychiatry placement; in both, substance use disorders were common and unaddressed.…

Lauren Langley

Vanderbilt University

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Roger Lankheet , MA Ed, BSN, RN-BC, CHSE

University of San Diego

Roger Lankheet earned a BSN from Grand Valley State University, and a MA Ed from University of Rhode Island. He earned ANCC board certification in Nursing Professional Development and later completed post-graduate studies from the Naval Postgraduate School, earning a Healthcare Modeling and Simulation Certificate. Additionally, he has earned the Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator certification from the Society for Healthcare in Simulation.…

Michelle Lardner , MS, RN-BC

University of Maryland

Michelle Lardner is the Deputy Chief Information Officer and Chief of Clinical Informatics at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. In her role, she oversees the clinical informatics department and the electronic health record at the hospital. Previously, she served as the Director of Nursing Informatics at Virginia Hospital Center, informatics nurse specialist at Sibley Memorial Hospital, Chief of E-Health at the former National Naval Medical Center and a system coordinator at Epic Systems.…

Madeline Lassche , MSNEd RN

University of Utah

I am a pediatric nurse specializing in simulation pedagogy and developing multiple simulation scenarios for health sciences including IPE and pediatric focus. I have over 10 years’ experience in education and simulation with 5 years experience in development and evaluation of simulation offerings. I have received faculty spirit awards and preceptor awards for education. I have also received awards for research abstracts and posters at scientific meetings.…

Bonnie Lauder

New York University

Bonnie Lauder is the Director of Quality at the Visiting Nurse Services of New York (VNSNY), Hospice and Palliative Program. She received her received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the State University at Downstate, and a master’s in information systems from Pace University. She has been a Certified Healthcare Professional in Quality (CHPQ) since 1992, and she has a certificate in population health from Duke University.…

Rene Lavoie , BSN, RN, CVBC

Loyola University New Orleans

Rene Lavoie began her nursing career in 1993 as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), returning to school for an Associate Degree, followed with a BSN. She is now pursuing her Doctor of Nursing Practice, Family Nurse Practitioner, at Loyola University New Orleans. Rene has spent her 20-year nursing career in the Cardiac Intermediate Care (CICU) working with step-down patients.…

Grace N. Lawrence

George Mason University

Anamarie Lazo , RN, MSN, Family Nurse Practitioner – Board Certified

University of San Diego

My family immigrated in the United States from the Philippines when I was still in high school. Growing up in a poor area in Manila, I realized early on that I wanted to become a nurse to care for those in need. I took advantage of the college scholarship I received after high school by obtaining an associate degree in nursing.…

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Alasia Ledford , MDiv, BA, BSN RN

The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Alasia Ledford of Hillsborough, North Carolina, earned a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Lee University in 2004. She earned a Master of Divinity from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in 2009, and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2017. Throughout her studies Alasia volunteered with non-profit organizations providing services to immigrant families, which fueled a passion for advocacy and community engagement that persists today.…

Brian Ledl , BSN, RN

Wayne State University

My name is Brian Ledl and I am a current DNP student at Wayne State University. My focus is in adult gerontology primary care. I have attained a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Wayne State University. I was a Presidential Scholar at Wayne State University from 2002-2006.…

Deb Lee , MSN, FNP-C, ACNP-BC

Michigan State University

Deborah R. Lee is a second year PhD student at Michigan State University School of Nursing pursuing her research interest which includes the role of exercise in the treatment of vincristine-induced peripheral neuropathy in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Deborah has been actively engaged in research at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center with adult cancer survivors investigating a web-based platform for symptom reporting, monitoring, and management in breast cancer patients.…

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Rachel Lee

University of Washington

I am in the Ph.D. in Nursing Science program at the University of Washington Seattle. I have experience working as a school nurse. My research interest is in the processes and effects of toxic stress and trauma on children and families.

Terry Lee ,ACCN

Saint Louis University

I currently teach at Regis University. My primary classes are community health, health promotion, and leadership. I am responsible for developing curriculum, instructing students, providing clinical oversight and evaluation. I serve on the Quality Evaluation Committee, and chair the diversity task force for Rueckert Hartman College of Health Professions. I serve on the program committee for the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA), and am currently working on a ANF sponsored grant with NBNA which is addressing minority nurse student issues including mentoring needs.…

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