Eva M. Francis


Inspirational, Visionary, Compassionate, Adaptable, Collaborative, Accountable are some of the traits that describe Eva M Francis RN,MSN,CCRN.She is a former accomplished and successful  healthcare & nurse  executive who have successfully transformed organizational culture resulting in improved hospital & departmental efficiency, multiple accreditations, leadership development and other aspect of improved healthcare projects..

Eva is results oriented with a proven track record of success, leading organizations toward improved business processes, effective clinical operations, patient care services, quality measures,hospital operations, as well as increased bottom-line results.

Eva is a transformational leader & strategic clinical program developer, with experience working on high profile leadership and healthcare assignments. These include business development, restructuring, expansion and strategic planning. She motivates leaders & healthcare staff by fostering performance based cultures, instituting coaching/mentoring programs & emphasizing the importance of partnership as she collaborates with leaders of various industries.

Beginning as a registered nurse in her native country of Jamaica, she migrated to the U.S. and completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Florida Atlantic University. Over the years, as a result of her dedicated work and her passion for nursing, she quickly navigated her way to the top, hence becoming a nurse executive and a respected and trusted voice in her field. She has inspired, mentored and trained thousands of healthcare professionals as well as leaders. Eva is an award-winning leader, an author, an international speaker, and a certified leadership teacher and trainer with The John Maxwell Team.

Eva is the Founder of Brilliant Healthcare Training & Consulting, V&E Health & Wellness Foundation, Founder of National Nurse Empowerment Institute as well as the  Co-Founder of Leaders Lead LLC. Eva specializes in empowering & developing employees and leaders to excel in their career and profession. As part of this she strives to set an example in continual self-improvement, thus currently studying to obtain a Ph.D. in Leadership and Business Administration.

She is a highly motivated individual, very active in community projects and believes that everyone was born with a unique gift that should be used to inspire as well as add value to the lives of others. Eva believes that we all should activate and unleash our greatest potential while we ultimately give the BEST SERVICE to others.

Anne Llewellyn


Anne is a healthcare leader with over 40 years of experience as a critical care nurse, case manager, professional patient advocate, educator, editor in chief and most recently a patient. Anne speaks nationally and internationally on leadership, case management, patient advocacy and care coordination.

Anne has lectured nationally and internationally on case management, patient advocacy and care coordination. Anne is author of nurse advocate, a nation blog providing information meant to empower patients, care givers and healthcare professionals to improve the complex healthcare system.


Dr. Shushanne Wynter-Minott


Dr. Shushanne Wynter-Minott is a nursing leader and an advance practice nurse with approximately 20 years nursing experience and has worked in many nursing capacities in Jamaica, United Kingdom, U.S. Virgin Islands and the USA. She is a Nurse Practitioner who specializes in Nephrology and Internal Medicine. She is an adjunct clinical faculty for Nurse Practitioner and Doctor of Nursing Practice students at Barry University. She is actively involved in many professional organizations, a scholar of Florida Atlantic University and has received an outstanding clinical achievement award at Barry University. Dr. Wynter-Minott’s life is centered on her motto, “Let your light so shine before men, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven”.


Dr. Sabine Saintable


Sabine is an advanced practice nurse, nurse leader, educator, mentor, and entrepreneur. She has been immersed in the healthcare field for approximately 15 years after responding to my call to purpose. As a child of the most high God, she believes that God placed certain gifts within her to love and serve those whose health has been compromised, whether it is physically, emotionally, mentally, or spiritually. Therefore, she is driven to use her God-given gifts and knowledge for a purpose greater than herself to help restore health to individuals, families, communities both local and global.

Sabine sees the National Nurse Empowerment Network as a team of willful, professional nurses who are filled with resources and knowledge. She believes the annual conferences will serve to fuel hope, bring illumination, and steer the lost and discouraged towards a guided path. As a result, many will be led to their purpose and find mentors who can coach them to ensure that they have the support and hope for success.


Sharyn S Lee


Sharyn S Lee is a nurse entrepreneur, business leader and industry expert in many areas of healthcare, including clinical content, educational design and theory, strategic planning and business development.

Lee graduated Cum Laude with a BSN in 1976; followed with an MBA in 1986, and has been identified as a serial entrepreneur by Female Entrepreneur magazine in 2003.  Lee co-founded and led the Medical Education Broadcast Network, a leading industry medical education company from 1998-2010. During that time the company became the first medical education company to be recognized as an INC 500 honoree, a distinction that remains today. Lee and her business partner sold the company in 2010, and continued to work for the acquiring organization for the next 4 years.

Lee is a prolific writer and invited industry speaker.  She has a rich background in clinical nursing, and served as faculty in nursing in Miami and Boston.

In 1982, Lee created a small consultancy for nurses seeking to translate their clinical skills to business environments, and provided coaching and support services in the greater Boston area.   This small entity enabled nurses to feel empowered by their skills, and understand the translational ways they could modify and transfer their vast clinical competencies to leadership within clinical environments, or pursue non-hospital and non-traditional nursing roles.  During this time, Lee developed multiple tools and workshops that were considered very contemporary for the time! Lee has continued to support nurse empowerment as a pro bono service upon request.

In 1986, Lee created a Wellness Company, working for high tech companies in the greater Boston area.  In conjunction with a cardiologist, Lee created screening and wellness programs for “Top Hat” executives in the growing digital and computer industry.  The company was an early disruptor in what is now known as a key industry supporting consumer health, wellness and prevention.

In addition, Lee has significant experience in the post-acute industry, leading Deaconess Hospital in Boston in home based infusion therapy, and Interim Healthcare’s homecare division in the northeast.  As a clinic manager for one of the first outpatient obesity centers in the US, she coached a team of professionals who provided comprehensive programs for morbidly obese patients.

Lee has served on many public and non-profit boards, and maintains an active consulting practice through her home in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

Jennie Aumoithe

Jennie Aumoithe, MSM, RN, CHM received both a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master of Science in Management with a specialization in Health Administration at St. Thomas University. Over the years, she grew an intense desire to merge her educational background and experience by providing direct, hands-on care and compassion to people in medical need; Jennie made the life changing decision to become a Registered Nurse. To date, she has acquired several years of experience servicing her community through: case management, health outreach programs; business development; medical, post-surgical, and hospice nursing care in major hospital settings; a clinical nurse educator for a large organization providing teaching and training services to physicians, nurses, ancillary staffs, along with patients and families.