MANA18 Program Committee
Nikia Grayson, DNP, MPH, CNM, FNP is a public health activist, anthropologist and nurse-midwife who has devoted her life to serving and empowering people in underserved and marginalized communities. With more than a decade of experience in public health and nursing, Nikia’s work has explored the associations between power, culture and gender with her more recent work focusing on reproductive rights, birth justice, and midwifery. Nikia received her bachelors in Communications and Master of Public Health from Howard University. She earned a Masters of Art in Medical Anthropology from University of Memphis and a Masters of Science in Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from University of Tennessee Health Science Center and a post masters certificate in Midwifery from Frontier Nursing University. She has served on numerous boards and advisory councils and is passionate about ensuring all persons have the rights and means to make decisions regarding their sexual and reproductive health. Dr. Grayson is presently a family nurse-midwife who provides holistic healthcare to families at CHOICES Memphis Center for Reproductive Health in Memphis, TN and an instructor at University of Memphis and Midwifery College of Utah.
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