Carlotta Eversley-Gabriele, MSN-Ed, RN


Carlotta Gabriele

Title: Perinatal Advanced Clinical Nurse Educator
Company: Grady Healthcare
Location: Snellville, Georgia, United States

Carlotta Eversley-Gabriele, MSN-Ed, RN, Perinatal Advanced Clinical Nurse Educator at Grady Healthcare, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in perinatal medicine, women’s health and education.

Drawing upon her own desire to better the field of nursing, Ms. Gabriele has been serving Grady Healthcare in Atlanta, Georgia since 2016 as a perinatal advanced clinical nurse educator in women’s services. Alongside this pursuit, she has also contributed to Georgia State University as a clinical instructor of obstetrics and material child health and of the New ABSN Program since 2017 and 2019, respectively. Earlier in her career, Ms. Gabriele served DeKalb Medical Center as a preceptor, charge nurse, clinical coordinator, staff nurse and labor and delivery nurse in the NICU between 2012 and 2017.

Ms. Gabriele holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Georgia State University from 2012 and a Master of Science in nurse education from Walden University. Currently, she is pursuing her doctorate in postpartum hemorrhaging at Walden University, where she expects to receive her degree in 2022. Maintaining membership with the American Nursing Association, Ms. Gabriele has received myriad accolades in recognition of her success. In 2019, she received a Certificate of Recognition and the Peace Keeper Award, along with two Silver Awards and one Platinum Award from Grady University. During her collegiate studies, she was twice named to the national dean’s list, as well as to Sigma Theta Tau, Phi Theta Kappa and Delta Epsilon. Ms. Gabriele attributes her success to her faith in God and the support from her family. She is dedicated to being a catalyst of change in the health care industry, as well as the academic and administrative side of nursing and wellness.

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