Dr. Anny Dionne, is a native French-Canadian emergency room leader and a nurse educator. She has been a nurse for 15 years. She received her associate in nursing in Quebec in 2003. She migrated to the United States in 2005 where she learned Spanish. In addition to teaching herself English after migrating to the United States, she learned to speak and write Spanish in order to be meet the needs or her patients and employees in a hospital in Miami, Florida. In 2013, she decided to overcome her fears of going back to school since she had never attended university in English. In 2016, she graduated from Aspen University with a Master’s in Nursing Education, and in 2018 from Chamberlain College of Nursing with a Doctorate in Healthcare Systems Leadership. She has taught in various universities including a graduate dual language program (English/Spanish). She currently teaches at Aspen University; Dr. Dionne has built a graduate program tailored for students with English as a second language at Miami Regional College.