Milwaukee Chapter of the National Black Nurses Association

Each year the Milwaukee Chapter of the National Black Nurses opens their first meeting of the year with Prayer Breakfast. It is very special and popular event in the nursing community allowing nurses to reflect and fellowship. Its a outstanding way to launch your new year. This years keynote speaker will be Bishop Cheryl McBride Brown.

Dr. Cheryl McBride Brown seeks to be known as a servant of God.

She believes that no single accomplishment or success truly reflects the worth of an individual. The measure of a person is the adherence to life-long principles.

She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Marquette University, a Masters of Education in Religious studies from Cardinal Stritch University and a Doctorate in Education from Capella University. As Founder and President of Believers In Christ Ministries, Inc., she is the catalyst and overseer of a variety of ministry programs. Dr. Brown’s ongoing work include prison ministry, local and national and international evangelism, youth ministry and K-12 education. She is the founder of the Kids Are Smart Child Development Center, and Christian Academy and High School of Excellence. Her success in producing quality schools has received national attention as a prototype for innovative and effective education. In addition to all of the above, she has organized Intelligence Inc., an educational consulting firm.

Cheryl McBride Brown has served in many capacities within the Full Gospel Baptist Church fellowship. She has been General Overseer, First Assistant to Bishop Jerome Ross in the Pastors’ Division and was consecrated to the Office of Bishop, one of the first women clergy to have been bestowed such a honor.