Cody R. Charlton (BS ’03); family nurse practitioner track; Bonita Springs, FL.

Maia S. Greene (BS ’95) FNP-C; family nurse practitioner track; NP, Endocrinology Associates; South River, NJ. Since graduation, Maia has spent most of her time as a stay-at-home mom with her 5-year old son, but she has worked several per diem locum tenens jobs (mostly urgent care) to keep her hours and skills up. She recently accepted a part-time job at a local endocrinology office and think of nursing as her hobby. She loves the chance to learn constantly and loves it when she feels like she has made a difference in someone’s life. That feeling keeps her going—even on the hard days.

BYU provided me with a solid foundation to launch into the world of family practice, armed me with a touch of confidence & gave me some lifelong friends to laugh and cry with about the ups and downs of daily practice. I truly treasured my time in the graduate program at BYU.

Olivia M. Grover (BS ’03) FNP-c, APRN; family nurse practitioner track; NP, Peak ENT; Santaquin, UT.

Amy R. Hawks (BS ’03); family nurse practitioner track; FNP, SLCC Center for Health and Counseling; Provo, UT. She is currently working at the student health center at Salt Lake Community College. Working health center hours has allowed her the freedom and flexibility to pursue hobbies and interests such as traveling, hiking, camping and athletics. She also loves reading and continuing education.

I’ve always been very grateful that my BYU education (both undergraduate and graduate) prepared me so well for the workplace. There is always a learning curve when you start a new career or a new position, but BYU provided me with the tools and foundation to succeed.

Taralyn S. Johnson (BS ’03); family nurse practitioner track; Provo, UT.

Kathryn Money; family nurse practitioner track; Ogden, UT.

Rebecca C. Pierpont (BS ’95); family nurse practitioner track; Layton, UT.

Lisa Williams; family nurse practitioner track; NP, Revere Health Dermatology; Provo, UT.

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