Emory Multicultural Nursing Student Association

The Emory Multicultural Nursing Student Association (EMNSA) was created to strengthen the role and presence of multicultural nursing students at the School of Nursing.

Its purpose is to celebrate, support, and represent the unique needs of nursing students from diverse backgrounds through fostering personal, academic, and professional development; encouraging strong leadership; and striving to enhance access to opportunities offered by the School of Nursing, Emory University, and the Atlanta community. The association also focuses on domestic engagement and outreach to young adolescents and high school students from various communities throughout metro-Atlanta, along with other programming designed to attract students to the Emory School of Nursing from all the backgrounds and cultures. EMNSA is open to all undergraduate and graduate nursing students


EMNSA hosts lunch and learns, Cultural Snap Shot Day, and dinners from different cultures.

  • President: Jessica Yang
  • Vice-President: Sae Hae Jeong
  • Secretary: Catherine Wei
  • Treasurer: Angela Liu
  • Social Media Director: Jenna Maizes
  • ESNA/EMSNA Representative: Emily Berman
  • Global Health/Representative/EMSNA Rep: Sonia Ros
  • Advisor: Kate Yeager

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