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Our Mission

Consistent with the mission of the National Black Nurses Association, (NBNA), the mission of the Fort Bend County Black Nurses Association, Inc., (FBCBNA), is to provide a local forum for the collective action by African American nurses to investigate, define and advocate for the health care needs of African Americans and to implement strategies that ensure access to health care, equal to, or above health care standards of the larger society. FBCBNA additionally supports and is continued to implementing the programs of NBNA. 

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Presidents Message

Janice-SandersWelcome to the official Website of the Fort Bend County Black Nurses Association(FBCBNA)!

I am Janice Sanders the local President of this prestigious Chapter.
We are nationally known for having the Largest Membership and Community Service in the National Black Nurses Association(NBNA) for demonstrating excellence in leadership throughout the clinical and community arena's and also for volunteering in our diverse communities to improve the well being for all mankind. 

My platform focus:
• Mentoring youth to become Nurses through our Nursing Youth Outreach and Mentorship Program;
The development of programs to decrease obesity in school aged children, by following "The Let's Move " model/initiative led by The First Lady Michelle Obama;
The Anti - Violence Reduction Initiative encouraged by NBNA by developing self- awareness programs for Anti-bullying in school aged children;
To decrease the disparities in the acquisition of health care by increasing the knowledge base of our clients/families by promoting self awareness and healthy behaviors that will improve our health.

Please join us in our journey to heal our nation one person at a time. As nurses we know  "All Lives Matter".

Finally, I congratulate FBCBNA for 15 years of Nursing Excellence and Community Service. It is a pleasure to have the opportunity to assist FBCBNA  in their efforts to continue moving forward with our success.
I am very fortunate to serve under the tutelage of a visionary leader, Ms. Lola Denise Jefferson, the Founder, and Executive Director of this Chapter and she is the elected 1st Vice President of the NBNA.
          
But most of all To God Be The Glory.

Respectfully,
Janice Sanders, RN, BSN, MSHM, MSHE
President FBCBNA
NBNA Lifetime Member


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