The true meaning of serving for others: Krystal Privette, CRNA, MSN has served on the SRNA Panel at a Diversity CRNA Information Session & Airway Simulation Lab Workshop as a Nurse Anesthesia Student at the Raleigh School of Nurse Anesthesia. As a CRNA, Krystal traveled to Greensboro, NC to North Carolina A&T State University for the Diversity CRNA HBCU Tour. Last February, she volunteered her time to serve as a volunteer at the Diversity Advance Practice Nurse Doctorate Symposium at Howard University. Now, Krystal is serving in a different capacity using her anesthetic skill in another country to care for a vulnerable patient population. As per Krystal, I went on a medical mission trip in the Dominican Republic and it was a humbling and exciting experience. I am grateful I was able to dedicate my time to help others. This is just the beginning of my philanthropy journey. As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. proudly said one day, “Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to have your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love”. Bravo, Krystal, Bravo!
New Hope Tutoring Club!
Dr. Russell & Joan Jeung along with Tutors Sarady, Eun Sun, Jared + more Tutor & Mentor children of the Community in Oakland, California. Most of these children are from homes of Refugees. 💯 % of sales of Russell Jeung’s Book “At Home Exile” is going to the Tutoring Center.
If you are interested in volunteering or supporting.
Go to AtHomeInExile.com for more information!