Meet our graduate students and alumni
Our graduates and students actively contribute to improved healthcare systems, nursing education and the health of communities on a global level. They lead with innovation, compassion and data driven decision-making, putting their graduate degree education to work for the community they serve.
Jenn Collins, Sarah Hopkins, Oana Repede and Missy Russell
Graduates and current students, Master of Nursing, Administrative Leadership
Learn why they chose the program and how it provided them the education to be leaders and influencers of healthcare change and delivery systems.
Susan Collins, Master of Nursing, Administrative Leadership candidate, spring 2019
Susan is Harborview Medical Center's first ever Magnet Coordinator!
Susan joined the MN program in 2017. She has been a nurse in the Trauma Surgical ICU at Harborview Medical Center for nearly 11 years, as a preceptor, charge nurse, and one of the first extra-corporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) specialists. Susan will now lead the way for Harborview Medical Center to earn American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition® by highlighting nursing excellence and high-quality patient care delivery. As the Magnet Program Coordinator, Susan is responsible for analyzing nurse-sensitive metrics and quality indicators, coordinating the application writing team, and collaborating across the organization to achieve this designation. Susan shared that "...the UW Bothell MN program has prepared me to lead multidisciplinary teams, taught me important project management skills, and fostered the courage necessary to propel Harborview Medical Center towards this nationally-recognized hospital credential”.
Sarah Hopkins, Master of Nursing, Adminstrative Leadership, spring 2019
Sarah recently presented at Swedish's Neurosurgery Grand Rounds on Quality & Clinical Care Development: How to Connect the Dots. Watch Sarah's presentation on Facebook Live.
Learn more about Sarah: Sarah Hopkins, is an RN specialized in clinical quality with focus on neurosurgical quality, holds Bachelor of Science degree in biology, as well as nursing, and is presently a Master of Nursing student at University of Washington, Bothell. She is a Certified Perioperative Registered Nurse by the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality by the National Association for Healthcare Quality, Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk management by the American Hospital Association, and Board-Certified Nurse Executive by the American Nurses Association. Meet Sarah on Linkedin.
Jennifer Collins, Master of Nursing graduate (2018) and nurse leader
How the Master of Nursing in Administrative Leadership equipped her for a leadership role
Susan Girard, MN graduate and nurse educator
Bridging the nursing gap for better outcomes
Arlyce Coumar, MN graduate and cancer nurse
MN degree lights new path for cancer nurse
Updated May 2019, C. Smith