Alumni in the Spotlight
- Major General Barbara Brannon (B.S., Nursing, '72), Assistant Air Force Surgeon General for Medical Force Development & Assistant Air Force Surgeon General for Nursing, U.S. Air Force (retired)
- Larisa Revzina (M.S., Nursing, '99), Chief Academic Officer and Co-Founder, Gurnick Medical Academy
- Luisa Blue (B.S., Nursing, '77), Executive Vice President, SEIU
- Connie Brizee (B.S., Nursing, '62) and Carol Brown (B.S., Nursing, '62)
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"Since graduating with my Master's of Science in Nursing from SFSU in 1997, I began working in the operating room at St. Francis Memorial Hospital. I have dedicated my life to the practice of operating room nursing, from being a staff nurse to charge nurse, educator, clinical informaticist and Robotic Team leader.
I just started a new job at UCSF as the Clinical Educator in Pediatric Surgery. I work in the Department for Nursing Excellence and focus my education for staff in the OR at the Benioff Children's Hospital at Mission Bay.I have loved every minute of my career and feel so fortunate that as nurses we can still learn and grow in so many ways throughout our careers. I truly believe in lifelong learning and always strive to support my fellow nurses to do the same!"
-Anjal Pong, MSN '97
"I retired in 2013 after a career in critical care and working in Endoscopy.
I have never regretted becoming a nurse and will always be grateful to SF State for the education to start this career. Thank you. Hello to the class of 1965!"
-Kay Mills Liston, '65