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Alumna Fisher-Grace is new president of Greater Cleveland Nurses Association (GCNA)

Khaliah Fisher-Grace, a two-time Kent State College of Nursing alumna, assumed the role of president of the Greater Cleveland Nurses Association (GCNA) in March, 2015. Fisher-Grace, who earned an MSN in Nursing & Healthcare Management and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Kent State, began her career in University Hospitals Case Medical Center’s cardiothoracic telemetry unit. She is now a senior quality improvement nurse at the Quality Institute and serves as an adjunct clinical faculty at Cuyahoga Community College.

This summer, Fisher-Grace was featured in “Faces of Care,” a GCNA supplement to Cleveland magazine, along with three other Cleveland-area nursing professionals.