CHINAZO ECHEZONA-JOHNSON, Ed.D, RNC-MNN is an innovative educator devoted to nursing education and learning. Dr. Echezona-Johnson has 23 years of experience in professional advanced registered nurse and nine years of teaching in higher education. Dr. Echezona-Johnson is an accomplished nursing professor with a comprehensive blend of hands-on professional and academic nursing experiences. She is a Certified Maternal-Child health-care professional.
Currently, Dr. Echezona-Johnson is the Vice President of Nursing at Services for the UnderServed, a non-profit social service agency in New York City. She is also a Home Care Consultant at the Visiting Nurse Service of New York and an adjunct Nursing Faculty. Dr. Echezona-Johnson obtained her doctorate in Education from Walden University with a 4.0 GPA. Her doctoral dissertation is entitled “Equitable Obstetrical Care for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community.” Dr. Echezona-Johnson is an avid writer and has written several articles. She recently published two academic nursing articles in the Nursing journals entitled “History of Ebola and Nursing” and “Nursing Management of Ebola & Pregnancy.”
Dr. Echezona-Johnson is a member of The National League of Nursing; The American Association of Nurse Attorneys; Golden Key Honor Society; Sigma Theta Tau International; Kappa Delta Pi; Association of Women Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nursing and American Nurses Association. Dr. Echezona-Johnson’s research interests include Maternal-Child Health issues; Professional Development; Adult Education and Learning, Cultural Studies and Critical Theory. Dr. Echezona-Johnson obtained her Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from the City University of New York, Herbert H. Lehman College. She also received a Postgraduate degree in Population Care Coordination from Duke University; a doctorate in Adult Education and Higher Learning from Walden University; and a Law degree with Honors from University of WolverHampton, England.