Presenting original research Greenness and Resilience to Built and Environmental Issues at International Conference on Sustainable Development 2019
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I am an assistant professor at Capstone College of Nursing. I have over eight years of experience in nursing, including work in behavioral, community, and global health. I received my bachelor of science in nursing from University of Nebraska, an Master of Science in Nursing Education from Daemen College, and my Doctorate in Nursing at Johns Hopkins University. I focus on nursing and environmental health through research that links ecosystem based adaptation with the resilience of vulnerable communities living with structural and contextual inequality and cumulative trauma. I collaborate with communities in developing innovative ways to improve the natural environment of communities. Specifically, my research focuses on the levels of vegetation (plants) remotely measured from space and relationships with physiological stress response and resilience.