Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing 2020 Alumni Award winners!
View the full Homecoming 2020 Alumni Award Ceremony!
Individual 2020 Alumni Award Winner's video segments are available to view on their own in the drop down menu below.
Meet the 2020 FPB Alumni Award Winners
Judy E. Davidson, DNP '08, RN, MCCM, FAAN
University of California San Diego Health, Education, Development and Research
The Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes alumni who have demonstrated continuous, outstanding, creative and exemplary contributions to the disciplines of nursing and health care or have made noteworthy contributions in related fields throughout their careers.
Watch Dr. Davidson's video segment from Homecoming 2020
Nancy H. Wagner, DNP '09, RN, CNE
Chair and Professor
Department of Nursing, Youngstown State University
The Award for Excellence recognizes alumni who demonstrate outstanding leadership and achievement in nursing, and have made a significant contribution in nursing or related areas of health care.
Watch Dr. Wagner's video segment from Homecoming 2020
Pamela Slaven-Lee, DNP '08, FNP-C, FAANP, CHSE
Clinical Associate Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, The George Washington University
The Young Alumni Award for Excellence recognizes outstanding achievement and significant contributions in nursing or related areas of health care by alumni early in their careers after graduation from Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing.
Watch Dr. Slaven-Lee's video segment from Homecoming 2020
Marian K. Shaughnessy, DNP '17, MSN '85 (posthumous)
Founder, Marian K. Shaughnessy Nurse Leadership Academy
Educator, Administrator and Community Leader
A double alumna, her vision of leadership inspired the establishment of the Marian K. Shaughnessy Nurse Leadership Academy.
The Frances Payne Bolton Legacy Award, given at the discretion of the dean of FPB School of Nursing, honors individuals and organizations for their contributions to the school, the profession of nursing and the community at large in the spirit of Frances Payne Bolton; health care advocate, philanthropist, Congresswoman and namesake of the School of Nursing.