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Terra Share, CU College of Nursing FNP Student

Students

Born to Lead

Author Debra Melani | Publish Date May 21, 2019

After graduating from CSU Pueblo’s accelerated nursing program in June 2013, Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) student Terra Share worked as a psych mental health nurse. “The experience really set the stage for me to pursue a graduate degree,” said Share.

Originally struggling with a choice between Women’s Health or Family Practice, Share said, “I’m glad I chose family practice as it provides a totally holistic approach to treatment. It expanded by viewpoint and now I have a passion for all ages -- not just a specific segment of the population.”

During graduate school, Share distinguished herself as an outstanding student leader and was selected as the recipient of the May 2019 Graduate Student Leadership Award. She served on the FNP student-led, peer-to-peer mentorship program, and coordinated the mentor/mentee collaboration between 16 pairs of FNP students.

Juggling school, student leadership activities, and working full-time until just over a year ago, Share also managed to squeeze getting married into her packed schedule!