Fearless Females: Estelle Massey Osborne

May 6, 2022 Nicole Evelina 0

In honor of Nurses Week (May 6-12), this month we’ll learn the amazing story of Estelle Massey Osborne, who fought against racial discrimination in nursing. The Rory Meyers College of Nursing at NYU says of her: “Few Americans helped to change the face of nursing in the 20th-century more than Estelle Massey Osborne.” Estelle Massey […]

Fierce Females: Annie G. Fox

October 19, 2021 Nicole Evelina 0

Although American women couldn’t join the military on a permanent basis until 1948, they had been enlisting since Loretta Walsh became the first woman allowed to serve in any branch of the military in 1917. This month, we’re introducing you to Annie G. Fox, an Army nurse who was the first woman to receive the […]

Fearless Females: Mary Elizabeth (Eliza) Mahoney

August 11, 2021 Nicole Evelina 0

August 1 was the anniversary of Mary Elizabeth (Eliza) Mahoney becoming the first Black woman to graduate from an American school of nursing. She’s considered the first officially trained Black nurse in the United States. Early Life Mary Eliza Mahoney was born in April or May of 1845 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, to parents who were […]

Two-Book Traditional Publishing Deal!

July 20, 2021 Nicole Evelina 0

So…I have news! I am over-the-moon excited! I’m finally a hybrid author! This has been a long time coming and I am so excited to write these books. Here’s a little more about them: Sex and the City: A Cultural History This book will provide cultural context and analysis of the famous show, both how […]