NNBA 2020 Conference – Keynote – Grow Your Greatness, Nurse Entrepreneurs on Fire!
Onward to the next chapter in your life! Rid yourself of self doubt, fear of failure and hesitation. Break from your routine and comfort zone and seek new explorations! This presentation will motivate you, captivate you and propel you into a new chapter in your life! Great ideas for entrepreneurship, the how-to’s and the four things you need to know in order to be a successful entrepreneur.
During this live session, you will learn:
- Three opportunities for business growth
- Three hurdles that a new entrepreneur may encounter
- Four traits that one needs to be a successful entrepreneur
Laura Gasparis Vonfrolio RN, PhD has been a nurse for over 45 years in critical care nursing and has held CCRN and CEN certifications. She obtained and Associate and Bachelors degree in Nursing, MA from NYU, and a PhD from LaSalle/Adelphi University. She is the President of Education Enterprises and the CEO of Teacher Alert System.
She has held positions as a staff nurse, manager, staff development instructor and a tenured Professor of Nursing. Dr. Gasparis Vonfrolio has published over 30 articles, authored 11 books including the Critical Care Examination Review, Emergency Nursing Examination Review, 12 Lead EKG Stat, Nurse Test – State Board Review Series, Nurse Abuse – Impact and Resolution, and 25 Stupid Things Nurses Do to Self Destruct.
The “Nurses March on Washington DC” with over 35,000 nurses attending has been her greatest accomplishment which has been the catalyst for nurse legislation for safe nurse patient ratio’s. She is a former President of the National Nurses in Business Association and Power Publications.
She was also the publisher 1991 – 1998 of REVOLUTION – The Journal of Nurse Empowerment, which won the Folio Magazine. For 30 years her company, Education Enterprises, has been offering educational conferences, nursing products, books, Apps and vacation get-aways for nurses. She has a provisional patent for her Teacher Alert System device. Laura has been written up in The Wall Street Journal three times, debuted on the cover of Business Opportunities and a guest on Good Morning America and Nightline with Ted Koppel discussing nursing issues.