Consulting, Advocating, and Empowering with Purpose
I, Cheryl Okoli, RN BN MSN, am a Master prepared Registered Nurse with over 18 years of health care experience in acute care, operating room, academia, community, and long-term care. I have had various roles at the front-lines and as a research assistant, nursing practice instructor, advance practice nurse (clinical nurse specialist), director, and as a consultant.
I am also passionate about health care administration and currently pursuing a doctorate in health administration (please see qualifications on the Resume tab).
My business has two arms: Administrative and Clinical. The administrative arm covers the delivery of conflict resolution workshops and consultation services reIated to organizational development such as strategic management, change management, risk management, quality improvement, and policy/standard/educational reviews for all levels of an organization.
I chose the business name: “Shalom: Eagle’s Wings” because I want to empower you to live peacefully with the informed decision you’ve made concerning organizational productivity enhancement (for my organizational development services) and uterine fibroid management (for women health services); transcend above that which you cannot control like an eagle; have a safe environment to share your story, and receive guidance in a nurturing environment.
I also provide personal coaching and mentoring services using a bio/social/cultural/psycho/spiritual approach.
All associated fees can be found under the Book Online Tab that is currently under revision, but you can contact me at email@example.com for all booking and payment enquiries. ***Special packages for services and bonus offers can be tailored to individual and organization needs upon request***.
I am a published author and recipient of the 2011 ORNAC / Johnson & Johnson Drake Thompson Writing Award for my work on conflict resolution- a skill that is beneficial for personal interactions in daily life and in the delivery of safe and quality care at the system, organizational, and interdisciplinary health care team levels.
I have presented in a professional workshop (SCORNA) and at Women on Vision, on uterine fibroid care (both conventional and non-conventional). I have also drafted research proposals to help prevent/alleviate uterine fibroids in high risk women and screening for women at risk for symptomatic uterine fibroids. One such proposal was submitted to the Toward Optimized Practice in Alberta.