January 2, 2022
Nursing graduate shares her journey to a healthy lifestyle
December 2021 graduate Gabs Amster is using her personal health experience to help others as she begins her career as a registered nurse.
Amster struggled with her weight, as nutrition and exercise were not part of her upbringing.
Knowing she needed to make a change, Amster established a new routine with eating cleaner and going to the gym regularly.
“I want to share my story and be the inspiration for someone to find their confidence to accomplish a goal,” she says.
After graduation, she will begin her career in Charlotte at Lake Norman Regional Medical Center’s critical care unit.
“I feel a sense of power and dignity in my career choice as a nurse and the hundreds of people I will help,” she says.
Read the full story, written by Mollie Roe, on the university website.
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