Audrey Boyce-Brown, RN, FCN
Director At Large
Board Responsibility: Director at Large
Nursing is my profession and also my passion. I started my Nursing career as a Medical Surgical Nurse in 1992 at Booth Memorial Hospital in Flushing, New York. My pioneering spirit and desire to learn new things, guided me to relocate to Georgia in 1993. Once in Georgia, I had the opportunity to pursue many specialities such as Clinical Research Nurse, Case Management in Hospice Services, Discharge Planning and Home Health Care.
I became a Faith Community Nurse in 2012 and it has been the best nursing speciality I have experienced. This allows me the opportunity to promote a wholistic approach to health and healing among members in a faith community. I have noted over the years as a Faith Community Nurse that a patient’s outcome is improved when they receive spiritual care and guidance surrounding their health issues.
I earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Brenau University and my Master of Science in Leadership from Walden University. I am involved in civic and community services. I am currently serving as Vice President of Public Relations for Sugarloaf Toastmasters and am a member of the Case Managers Society of America . As a member of Gwinnett women auxiliary council I can use my expertise as a FCN to organize and execute outreach programs. As a John C. Maxwell certified coach, speaker and trainer, I work with individuals and groups aiding their personal and professional growth. I am married with 3 children and 2 grandchildren. My hobbies are reading, cooking and traveling.